Assessing Bayes factor surfaces using interactive visualization

3 days ago - E. S. Cross, S. Daniels, H. Danielsson, L. DeBruine, D. J. Dunleavy, ... Trabajos de Estadistica Y de Investigacion Operativa 31(1), 585â...

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