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  1. Bayesian analysis for the social sciences

    Jackman, Simon, 1966-
    Chichester, West Sussex, U.K. : Wiley, 2009.

    Bayesian methods are increasingly being used in the social sciences, as the problems encountered lend themselves so naturally to the subjective qualities of Bayesian methodology. This book provides an accessible introduction to Bayesian methods, tailored specifically for social science students. It contains lots of real examples from political science, psychology, sociology, and economics, exercises in all chapters, and detailed descriptions of all the key concepts, without assuming any background in statistics beyond a first course. It features examples of how to implement the methods using WinBUGS - the most-widely used Bayesian analysis software in the world - and R - an open-source statistical software. The book is supported by a Website featuring WinBUGS and R code, data sets, and solutions to exercises.

    Online Wiley Online Library

  2. Voter decision-making from a comparative perspective

    Maimone, Christina Renee
    2006, c2007.

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