> I'm doing my best to spread the word about Bayesian Probability
> Theory to other astronomers.
> Here's where you can learn more.
> ftp://bayes.wustl.edu/pub/Loredo/ (This Web site contains
> many other useful and classic Bayesian papers, including the
> most important reference: an unfinished book by Edwin Jaynes.)
This server is not open to the public.
> (And you can find more of Tom Loredo's papers here:
> Giulio D'Agnostini is a statistician from Rome, who is teaching
> statistics to high energy physicists at CERN. Two summers ago he
> completed teaching a course about Bayesian statistics, and you can
> find his 200 page book of detailed lecture material at a CERN site:
The papers above are accessible to the public, but are Postscipt files not viewable over the web. Might I suggest that "spreading the word" is accomplished accomplished better by making the word easily available to the public? I don't mean to pick on you personally here, but this is a very exasperating problem in general. The world has this wonderful new universal medium of communication and scholars aren't using it. Academics publish a paper that's read by maybe 100 other academics and think that that makes a difference in the world. Ideas are meant to be spread.
-- Lee Daniel Crocker <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.piclab.com/lcrocker.html> "All inventions or works of authorship original to me, herein and past, are placed irrevocably in the public domain, and may be used or modified for any purpose, without permission, attribution, or notification."--LDC