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Bayesian Analysis and Decision Theory Spring 2018

It is now possible to register to the graduate course in Bayesian Analysis and Decision Theory This course is hosted by the research school ClimBEco and is open for anyone. Register here in this google FORM The course has three physical meetings during spring 2018: 13-14 March, 20-21 March, 10-11 April This course is worth 5 credits –  Course Syllabus Bayesian methods are used … Continue reading

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Bayes@Lund2018 – for the 5th time!

Bayes@Lund 2018 – a Mini-conference on Bayesian Methods at Lund University, 12th of April, 2018 You are welcome to participate in the fifth edition of Bayes@Lund! The purpose of this conference is to bring together researchers and professionals working with or interested in Bayesian methods. Bayes@Lund aims at being accessible to researchers with little experience of Bayesian methods while still being relevant to experienced … Continue reading

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The perfect gift for Xmas – a game about guessing

This game is a blessing, to practice your skills in guessing. Accuracy and precision, are good for a decision. Although being uncertain might seem less, it can lead to success. Relax your winter holiday with computer games about uncertainty The Climate-KIC Ideator project Gaming for better decisions under uncertainty is led by Ullrika Sahlin at CEC. The project aims to develop games … Continue reading

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Games about uncertainty and decision making

Gaming for better decisions under uncertainty is a project with the goal to develop a game that motivates people to learn about uncertainty analysis and decision making in an entertaining way. The idea was to use a game environment to explain the benefits of expressing uncertainty when making predictions and possible ways to make decisions under uncertainty. The goal has … Continue reading

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Highly productive meeting on gamification for uncertainty and decision making

For two days in November experts on decision theory, statistics and risk analysis met at Lund University to Come up with ideas for a game to motivate people to learn more about expressing uncertainty and making decisions under uncertainty Identify target theory and concepts to demonstrate in the game Test the ideas on game prototypes It was a successful meeting … Continue reading

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Test our forthcoming game for uncertainty!

Do you want to be part of a testing group for the development of a computer game about expressing uncertainty and making decisions? This is something for you who Has an ability to give constructive feedback on your experience of playing a simple computer game A tiny interest in knowing more about how to guess with uncertainty and choose between … Continue reading

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Fruitful interactions at the 3rd Nordic Chapter risk conference

We had a great meeting at beautiful Aalto University, Esboo, Finland. Check out the twitter flow on #sran17 Conference web page blogs.aalto.fi/risk2017/      

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Bayesian talk on how to use computers to analyse data – REACH Meeting

Ullrika gave a talk on Bayesian Inference at the upcoming REACH  Discussion Meeting on 27 October in Lund Link to the talk and some files are here: https://github.com/Ullrika/BayesianInference My talk followed directly after a talk about Machine Learning which is a very nice

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Quantifying uncertainty integrating expert judgement and data – tutorial

Ullrika travelled all the way to Liverpool to give a tutorial at the BayesDays. Nice event. The material for the tutorial in on github: https://github.com/Ullrika/TBDL2017

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Trusting expert judgments – seminar Oct 25th 2017

Welcome to a seminar on the book Trusting Judgments   The seminar was led by the participants and gently facilitated by Ullrika. We went go through the book chapter by chapter. It was a very useful and inspiring day. Thank you all for coming. The old Bishop house in Lund is an excellent place for smaller workshops. This is a … Continue reading

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