### Stats 101 Examples with MCMC Part 4 Estimating a central value with a Cauchy Distribution

This is another in the series of "*Statistics 101*" examples solved with MCMC. Others in the series:

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This is another in the series of "*Statistics 101*" examples solved with MCMC. Others in the series:

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This is another in the series of "*Statistics 101*" examples solved with MCMC. Others in the series:

In all of …

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This is another in the series of "*Statistics 101*" examples solved with MCMC. The previous in the series can be found here. In all of these posts I'm going to …

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I'd like to walk through some of the "*Statistics 101*" examples (e.g. estimating \(\mu\) with known \(\sigma\), estimating a proportion, etc...) for which we have simple analytical solutions, but …

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When I first learned probability, I thought it was all about math and counting. Then E. T. Jaynes showed me that probability forms the foundation of rationality itself. Remarkably very …

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I was reminded of the Gambler's Fallacy in a recent post by Stephen Novella and thought of a twist on the fallacy that makes it a bit more subtle. The …

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Here's a straightforward problem from Quora - probably found in a textbook - but I try to find a new direction to make it more interesting.

If there is a 25% chance …

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I was helping my daughter with geometry the other day and this cute theorem popped up in the examples. For some reason I don't recall ever seeing it before, and …

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