Monthly Archives: July 2017

P-values, sigmas, LRTs, and Chi-sq tests …

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about non-Bayesian hypothesis testing, in part because my reading has taken me to a number of particle physics papers in which the likelihood ratio test (LRT) is very often the tool of choice for … Continue reading

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Generative Adversarial Networks for Cosmology …

Earlier this week I was up in London for the Statistical Data Science 2017 conference organised by Imperial College London and hosted by Winton Capital. Naturally quite a few of the talks focussed on machine learning methods and Gaussian processes. … Continue reading

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