• Published 2003

9 Bayesian Approaches in Ecological Analysis and Modeling

@inproceedings{Reckhow20039BA,
  title={9 Bayesian Approaches in Ecological Analysis and Modeling},
  author={Kenneth H. Reckhow},
  year={2003}
}
Bayesian analysis provides a normative framework for use of uncertain information in decision making and inference. From a practical perspective, Bayes Theorem has a logical appeal in that it characterizes a process of knowledge updating that is based on pooling precision-weighted information. For years however, Bayesian inference was largely ignored or even discredited in favor of frequentist inference; among the reasons were computational difficulties and the formal use of subjective… CONTINUE READING

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