Archive for the ‘MDL’ Category

## Recent preprints by David Bickel

1 April 2019
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## R functions for combining probabilities using game theory

15 November 2018
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Suite of R functions for combination of probabilities using a game-theoretic method

Categories: imprecise probability, MDL, software, trainee author

## How to adjust statistical inferences for the simplicity of distributions

1 August 2018
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D. R. Bickel, “Confidence intervals, significance values, maximum likelihood estimates, etc. sharpened into Occam’s razors,” Working Paper, University of Ottawa, <hal-01799519>** **https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01799519 (2018). 2018 preprint | Slides

Categories: complexity, fiducial inference, MDL, preprints, statistical evidence

## Profile likelihood & MDL for measuring the strength of evidence

8 April 2013
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D. R. Bickel, “Pseudo-likelihood, explanatory power, and Bayes’s theorem [Comment on ‘A likelihood paradigm for clinical trials’],” *Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice* **7**, 178-182 (2013).

Categories: complexity, MDL, publications, statistical evidence