likelihood principle

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    Likelihood

    I called 100 prospective clients at the beginning of the year; 30 said they may give me orders (type "O") and 70 said they would probably not give me orders (type "N"). Now, 6 months later, I see that I received orders from 20 of the 30 which said they may give me orders and I received orders...
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    Proper bayesian scaling of data

    I work as a Ph.D. student in structural bioinformatics, and build bayesian models for our data. It's been quite a while since I stumbled upon the problem I will expose, and it arises in a lot of cases in the modeling I do, regardless of the data source. I have the feeling it's due to my...