Monthly Archives: August 2016

Markets and Auckland Housing

Like many similar cities around the world, Auckland housing has become much more expensive very rapidly over the last few years. There are many reasons for this, and it is having various effects, positive for some (e.g., those whose houses … Continue reading

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A JAGS-like interface to DNest4

As you probably know, I use Diffusive Nested Sampling (the latest implementation of which is DNest4) to do almost all of my data analysis. It works on pretty much all problems I throw at it, as long as the likelihood function … Continue reading

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An article about experts, and joining Heterodox Academy

Any followers of this blog who aren’t on Facebook or Twitter might be interested in this article I wrote about expertise and its limits. In related news, I have signed up as a supporter of Heterodox Academy, a group advocating viewpoint … Continue reading

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