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comment Sufficient statistics vs. Bayesian sufficient statistics
Your factorization is right. However, to comment on why the RHS does not depend on $\theta$: the formula is saying that $\theta$ provides no additional information beyond $t$.
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answered Sufficient statistics vs. Bayesian sufficient statistics
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asked Why do lambda and pi go together?
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revised Beta function derivation
simpler
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accepted Beta function derivation
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comment Why is Euler's Gamma function the “best” extension of the factorial function to the reals?
Also, please see my first question -- I guess you know the answer!
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revised Beta function derivation
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comment Why is Euler's Gamma function the “best” extension of the factorial function to the reals?
Why is that the "correct generalization"?
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comment What's an intuitive way to think about the determinant?
Great answer. We were taught the determinant as the generalized volume function in our algebra class.
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revised Beta function derivation
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comment Beta function derivation
I figured that the Beta function was invented as the normalization constant of the Beta distribution, but I guess it could have existed first. I wonder where it came from then?
Aug
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comment How to determine if coin comes up heads more often than tails?
The coin is "almost surely" not fair. (There is a zero percent chance that it is fair.) I have added an answer if you want to know how unfair it is.
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revised Beta function derivation
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comment Beta function derivation
You're right. I'll fix my parametrization to match. I wonder why they defined the Beta distribution/function to require those "+1".
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answered How to determine if coin comes up heads more often than tails?
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comment Beta function derivation
any integer in 0, ... , n