Senn Again (Gelman)

Senn will be glad to see that we haven’t forgotten him!  (see this blog Jan. 14, Jan. 15,  Jan. 23, and 24, 2012).  He’s back on Gelman’s blog today .

http://andrewgelman.com/2012/02/philosophy-of-bayesian-statistics-my-reactions-to-senn/

I hope to hear some reflections this time around on the issue often noted but not discussed: updating and down dating (see this blog, Jan. 26, 2012).

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