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Albert (1995) and Rossman and Short (1995) illustrate the care that is required. Although I advocate a quite informal style in presenting statistical ideas to beginners, I recognize that different teachers prefer different levels of formality. I claim that at any level of formality, "State a prior distribution for the parameter and the conditional distribution of the data given the parameter. " 1. 7 Are Bayesian Conclusions Clear? We have seen that the need to understand probability, especially conditional probability, at a relatively profound level, is a barrier to understanding the reasoning of Bayesian inference.
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Advances in Statistical Decision Theory and Applications by David S. Moore (auth.), S. Panchapakesan, N. Balakrishnan (eds.)