Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Ubiquity of Non-Informative Priors

Over on the Bayesian Philosophy blog, there is an interesting short post discussing whether non-informative probability distributions exist. There are several different ways to get from intuitions about informativeness to formal principles (e.g. the principle of indifference, transformation groups, MaxEnt, Jeffreys priors, reference priors, default … Continue reading

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