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Title: Bayesian statistics: estimating plant demographic parameters
Author: Clark, James S.; Lavine, Michael;
Source: In: Scheiner, S. M.; Gurevitch, J. eds. Design and analysis of ecological experiments. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 327-346. chapter 17
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Description: There are times when external information should be brought tobear on an ecological analysis. experiments are never conducted in a knowledge-free context. The inference we draw from an observation may depend on everything else we know about the process. Bayesian analysis is a method that brings outside evidence into the analysis of experimental and observational data.
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Clark, James S.; Lavine, Michael 2001. Bayesian statistics: estimating plant demographic parameters. In: Scheiner, S. M.; Gurevitch, J. eds. Design and analysis of ecological experiments. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 327-346. chapter 17
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