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Bayesian Data Analysis

Bayesian analysis is sometimes maligned by data analysts, due in part to the perceived element of arbitrariness associated with the selection of a meaningful prior distribution for a specific problem and the (former) difficulties involved with producing posterior distributions for all but the simplest situations. On the other hand, we have heard it said that “while classical data analysts need a large bag of clever tricks to unleash on their data, Bayesians only ever really need one.” With the advent of efficient numerical samplers, modern data analysts cannot shy away from adding the Bayesian arrow to their quiver. In this course, we will introduce the basic concepts underpinning Bayesian analysis, and present a small number of examples that illustrate the strengths of the approach.

Category: Advanced Topics
Tags: Instructor Led,Self Guided,Special Topics in AI/ML/DS,Learning by Doing
Product Code: ST-6
Course Duration (hours): 12

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