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Bayesian inference with OpenBugs,
IV teaching period, Wednesdays 14-18 in computer class C128
Written home-work report of max 10 pages (pdf-file) consisting of a worked out example problem. This should include written text (Finnish/English), the BUGS-model, figures and tables. The report should clearly present the problem, the aims, the mathematical formulation of the problem, attached and tested BUGS-model for computing it, and the results with discussion. Some possible topics for the home-work are suggested, but you can also suggest your own topics. An ideal choice should not be too trivial, but not too extensive problem either - to fit 10 pages. A successful report shows that you have (1) learned the modeling principles and can (2) apply them into your own data-analysis problems, and (3) document and explain clearly what you have done.
Written course text. You might also find this book useful: 'The BUGS Book: A practical introduction to Bayesian analysis.'. D. Lunn et al., CRC Press.2013.
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