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The Norse Farce [cuppas]

Today, I received the Norse Farce cups I had designed with the help of Thomas! While just as easy to replicate on sites like Vistaprint, I have a few left in case some Og’s readers are interested!

University Life

Uni Room Inspiration

Now that I’m back at uni I thought it might be fun to do a few uni life blogs. As I have only just moved back in, I haven’t had the chance to make my room into the total mess it usually is. 904 more words

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A career centered around overcoming personal challenges and setbacks. Nia Faulder's story

Nia Faulder graduated from BSc (Hons) Microbiology in 2008 with a 2:1 after juggling her degree with the responsibility of raising a toddler. Since then, Nia has pursued a career in teaching, had another child and faced a serious physical setback along the way. 1,038 more words

University Life

Bayesian workers, unite!

This afternoon, Alexander Ly is defending his PhD thesis at the University of Amsterdam. While I cannot attend the event, I want to celebrate the event and a remarkable thesis around the Bayes factor and the Jeffreys’s Amazing Statistics Program (!), otherwise known as… 61 more words

Statistics

Can we have our Bayesian cake and eat it too?

This paper aims at solving the Bartlett-Lindley-Jeffreys paradox, i.e., the difficulty connected with improper priors in Bayes factors. The introduction is rather lengthy since by page 9 we are still (dis-)covering the Lindley paradox, along with the introduction of a special notation for -2 times the logarithm of the Bayes factor. 564 more words

Statistics

How to cope when things don't go to plan.

Being a student nurse is the the most amazing and enjoyable experience of my professional life, however, there is no getting away from the fact that it is also extremely busy and intense. 912 more words