Mascots of Bayesneon statistics (rejected post)

bayes_theoremBayes-neon Mascots (desperately seeking): a neon sign! puppies! wigless religious figureprobably the reverend!

I have always thought that the neon sign (of the definition of conditional probability)–first spotted on a truly impressive cult blog–is the fitting emblem for a certain subset of contemporary Bayes: neon. Politically, epistemologically, and commercially–it says it all!

(My “proper” blog (compared to this one) has a stock mascot, Diamond Offshore. Unfortunately, it’s at like a year low. Search rejected posts, if interested in the story. The insignia or pictorial emblem for that blog is the exiled one, casting about for inductive insights):

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  1. Pingback: Mascots of Bayesneon statistics (rejected post) | Error Statistics Philosophy

  2. This website definitely has all of the information and facts I wanted about this subject
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