Presbyterian ministers, statistical uncertainty, and coronavirus: why we should always think it’s possible to be wrong

“We should be less focused on finding the single ‘truth’ and more focused on establishing a reasonable range, recognizing that the true value may vary across populations,” Dr. Dean said. “Bayesian analyses allow us to include this variability in a clear way, and then propagate this uncertainty through the model.”
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2020/08/04/science/coronavirus-bayes-statistics-math.html

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