[R] Course: "Introduction to Bayesian Data Analysis using WinBUGS and R"

From: Dr. Pablo E. Verde <PabloEmilio.Verde_at_uni-duesseldorf.de>
Date: Wed, 09 Feb 2011 16:52:20 +0100


Apologies for cross-posting. Places are available in the following course:

"Introduction to Bayesian Data Analysis using WinBUGS and R"

Best Regards,

Pablo

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Course: Introduction to Bayesian Data Analysis using WinBUGS and R

Where: Linux Hotel, Essen-Horst, Germany

http://www.linuxhotel.de/kurs/bayesian-analysis-using-R-and-WinBUGS/index.html

When: 23th - 25th March, 2010

Instructor: Dr. Pablo E. Verde

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*Target audience*
This course is for data analyst who are familiar with classical statistics and they want to get a working knowledge in Bayesian analysis. This is a 3 days intensive training course with 8 hours per day including lectures and exercises. The course presentation is practical with many worked examples. Lectures are given in English. Discussions can be in German and Spanish.
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Day 1
* Introduction to modern Bayesian inference

Day 2
* Bayesian analysis of multi-parameter models

Day 3
* Introduction to Hierarchical Modeling

Reduction rates are applied to students, please contact: info_at_linuxhotel.de

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