 See Also

Links
 “Bayesian Flow Networks”, Graves et al 2023
 “Pretraining Task Diversity and the Emergence of NonBayesian Incontext Learning for Regression”, Raventós et al 2023
 “Posterior Sampling for Multiagent Reinforcement Learning: Solving Extensive Games With Imperfect Information”, Zhou et al 2023
 “Unifying Approaches in Active Learning and Active Sampling via Fisher Information and InformationTheoretic Quantities”, Kirsch & Gal 2023
 “Mortality Postponement and Compression at Older Ages in Human Cohorts”, McCarthy & Wang 2023
 “How Do Psychology Researchers Interpret the Results of Multiple Replication Studies?”, Akker et al 2023
 “AlphaZe∗∗: AlphaZerolike Baselines for Imperfect Information Games Are Surprisingly Strong”, Blüml et al 2023
 “What Learning Algorithm Is Incontext Learning? Investigations With Linear Models”, Akyürek et al 2022
 “Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Niemeyer et al 2022
 “A Provably Efficient ModelFree Posterior Sampling Method for Episodic Reinforcement Learning”, Dann et al 2022
 “Zeus: Understanding and Optimizing GPU Energy Consumption of DNN Training”, You et al 2022
 “Language Model Cascades”, Dohan et al 2022
 “Language Models (Mostly) Know What They Know”, Kadavath et al 2022
 “Offline RL Policies Should Be Trained to Be Adaptive”, Ghosh et al 2022
 “Greedy Bayesian Posterior Approximation With Deep Ensembles”, Tiulpin & Blaschko 2022
 “Teaching Models to Express Their Uncertainty in Words”, Lin et al 2022
 “RL With KL Penalties Is Better Viewed As Bayesian Inference”, Korbak et al 2022
 “Fast and Accurate Bayesian Polygenic Risk Modeling With Variational Inference”, Zabad et al 2022
 “Onthefly Strategy Adaptation for Adhoc Agent Coordination”, Zand et al 2022
 “The InterModel Vigorish (IMV): A Flexible and Portable Approach for Quantifying Predictive Accuracy With Binary Outcomes”, Domingue et al 2022
 “PFNs: Transformers Can Do Bayesian Inference”, Müller et al 2021
 “The Science of Visual Data Communication: What Works”, Franconeri et al 2021
 “How to Learn and Represent Abstractions: An Investigation Using Symbolic Alchemy”, AlKhamissi et al 2021
 “An Experimental Design Perspective on ModelBased Reinforcement Learning”, Mehta et al 2021
 “Prior Knowledge Elicitation: The Past, Present, and Future”, Mikkola et al 2021
 “Improving GWAS Discovery and Genomic Prediction Accuracy in Biobank Data”, Orliac et al 2021
 “An Explanation of Incontext Learning As Implicit Bayesian Inference”, Xie et al 2021
 “Unifying Individual Differences in Personality, Predictability and Plasticity: A Practical Guide”, O’Dea et al 2021
 “A Confirmation Bias in Perceptual Decisionmaking due to Hierarchical Approximate Inference”, Lange et al 2021
 “MegaLMM: Megascale Linear Mixed Models for Genomic Predictions With Thousands of Traits”, Runcie et al 2021
 “Why Generalization in RL Is Difficult: Epistemic POMDPs and Implicit Partial Observability”, Ghosh et al 2021
 “The Bayesian Learning Rule”, Khan & Rue 2021
 “No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, Bartoš et al 2021
 “Regression To The Mean Fallacies”, Gwern 2021
 “Maternal Judgments of Child Numeracy and Reading Ability Predict Gains in Academic Achievement and Interest”, Parker et al 2021
 “Genetic Sensitivity Analysis: Adjusting for Genetic Confounding in Epidemiological Associations”, Pingault et al 2021
 “What Are Bayesian Neural Network Posteriors Really Like?”, Izmailov et al 2021
 “Bayesian Optimization Is Superior to Random Search for Machine Learning Hyperparameter Tuning: Analysis of the BlackBox Optimization Challenge 2020”, Turner et al 2021
 “Maximal Positive Controls: A Method for Estimating the Largest Plausible Effect Size”, Hilgard 2021
 “Informational Herding, Optimal Experimentation, and Contrarianism”, Smith et al 2021
 “Image Completion via Inference in Deep Generative Models”, Harvey et al 2021
 “The Statistical Properties of RCTs and a Proposal for Shrinkage”, Zwet et al 2020
 “Hot under the Collar: A Latent Measure of Interstate Hostility”, Terechshenko 2020
 “What Matters More for Entrepreneurship Success? A Metaanalysis Comparing General Mental Ability and Emotional Intelligence in Entrepreneurial Settings”, Allen et al 2020
 “Bayesian Workflow”, Gelman et al 2020
 “From Probability to Consilience: How Explanatory Values Implement Bayesian Reasoning”, Wojtowicz & DeDeo 2020
 “Metatrained Agents Implement Bayesoptimal Agents”, Mikulik et al 2020
 “Learning Not to Learn: Nature versus Nurture in Silico”, Lange & Sprekeler 2020
 “Searching for the Backfire Effect: Measurement and Design Considerations”, SwireThompson et al 2020
 “A Bayesian Approach to the Simulation Argument”, Kipping 2020
 “Is SGD a Bayesian Sampler? Well, Almost”, Mingard et al 2020
 “Laplace’s Theories of Cognitive Illusions, Heuristics and Biases”, Miller & Gelman 2020
 “Exploring Bayesian Optimization: Breaking Bayesian Optimization into Small, Sizeable Chunks”, Agnihotri & Batra 2020
 “Bayesian REX: Safe Imitation Learning via Fast Bayesian Reward Inference from Preferences”, Brown et al 2020
 “Bayesian Deep Learning and a Probabilistic Perspective of Generalization”, Wilson & Izmailov 2020
 “Why the Increasing Use of Complex Causal Models Is a Problem: On the Danger Sophisticated Theoretical Narratives Pose to Truth”, Saylors & Trafimow 2020
 “The Most ‘Abandoned’ Books on GoodReads”, Gwern 2019
 “Improved Polygenic Prediction by Bayesian Multiple Regression on Summary Statistics”, LloydJones et al 2019
 “The Propensity for Aggressive Behavior and Lifetime Incarceration Risk: A Test for Geneenvironment Interaction (G × E) Using Wholegenome Data”, Barnes et al 2019
 “Approximate Inference in Discrete Distributions With Monte Carlo Tree Search and Value Functions”, Buesing et al 2019
 “Bayesian Parameter Estimation Using Conditional Variational Autoencoders for Gravitationalwave Astronomy”, Gabbard et al 2019
 “New Paradigms in the Psychology of Reasoning”, Oaksford & Chater 2019
 “Estimating Distributional Models With Brms: Additive Distributional Models”, Bürkner 2019
 “DirichletHawkes Processes With Applications to Clustering ContinuousTime Document Streams”, Du et al 2019
 “Allocation to Groups: Examples of Lord's Paradox”, Wright 2019
 “Evolutionary Implementation of Bayesian Computations”, Czégel et al 2019
 “How Should We Critique Research?”, Gwern 2019
 “Reinforcement Learning, Fast and Slow”, Botvinick et al 2019
 “Meta Reinforcement Learning As Task Inference”, Humplik et al 2019
 “Structural Equation Models As Computation Graphs”, Kesteren & Oberski 2019
 “Metalearning of Sequential Strategies”, Ortega et al 2019
 “Metalearners’ Learning Dynamics Are unlike Learners’”, Rabinowitz 2019
 “Fermi Calculation Examples”, Gwern 2019
 “Frank P. Ramsey Bibliography”, Gwern 2019
 “Is the FDA Too Conservative or Too Aggressive?: A Bayesian Decision Analysis of Clinical Trial Design”, Isakov et al 2019
 “Bayesian Statistics in Sociology: Past, Present, and Future”, Lynch & Bartlett 2019
 “Approximate Bayesian Computation [review]”, Beaumont 2019
 “Accounting Theory As a Bayesian Discipline”, Johnstone 2018
 “The Bayesian Superorganism III: Externalized Memories Facilitate Distributed Sampling”, Hunt et al 2018
 “Bayesian Layers: A Module for Neural Network Uncertainty”, Tran et al 2018
 “Evolution As Backstop for Reinforcement Learning”, Gwern 2018
 “The Bayesian Superorganism I: Collective Probability Estimation”, Hunt et al 2018
 “Bayesian Action Decoder for Deep MultiAgent Reinforcement Learning”, Foerster et al 2018
 “Accurate Uncertainties for Deep Learning Using Calibrated Regression”, Kuleshov et al 2018
 “The Alignment Problem for Bayesian HistoryBased Reinforcement Learners”, Everitt & Hutter 2018
 “Mining Gold from Implicit Models to Improve Likelihoodfree Inference”, Brehmer et al 2018
 “Deep Learning Generalizes Because the Parameterfunction Map Is Biased towards Simple Functions”, VallePérez et al 2018
 “Posterior Sampling for Large Scale Reinforcement Learning”, Theocharous et al 2017
 “Implicit Causal Models for Genomewide Association Studies”, Tran & Blei 2017
 “Analogicalbased Bayesian Optimization”, Le et al 2017
 “DropoutDAgger: A Bayesian Approach to Safe Imitation Learning”, Menda et al 2017
 “A Rational Choice Framework for Collective Behavior”, Krafft 2017
 “Better Decision Making in Drug Development Through Adoption of Formal Prior Elicitation”, Dallow et al 2017
 “The Prior Can Generally Only Be Understood in the Context of the Likelihood”, Gelman et al 2017
 “Statistical Correction of the Winner’s Curse Explains Replication Variability in Quantitative Trait Genomewide Association Studies”, Palmer & Pe’er 2017
 “A Tutorial on Thompson Sampling”, Russo et al 2017
 “Structured Bayesian Pruning via LogNormal Multiplicative Noise”, Neklyudov et al 2017
 “Bayesian Recurrent Neural Networks”, Fortunato et al 2017
 “BlackBox Dataefficient Policy Search for Robotics”, Chatzilygeroudis et al 2017
 “ZMA Sleep Experiment”, Gwern 2017
 “SelfBlinded Mineral Water Taste Test”, Gwern 2017
 “The Kelly CoinFlipping Game: Exact Solutions”, Branwen et al 2017
 “A Conceptual Introduction to Hamiltonian Monte Carlo”, Betancourt 2017
 “Banner Ads Considered Harmful”, Gwern 2017
 “The ExploreExploit Dilemma in Media Consumption”, Gwern 2016
 “Simple and Scalable Predictive Uncertainty Estimation Using Deep Ensembles”, Lakshminarayanan et al 2016
 “Bayesian Reinforcement Learning: A Survey”, Ghavamzadeh et al 2016
 “Human Collective Intelligence As Distributed Bayesian Inference”, Krafft et al 2016
 “Universal Darwinism As a Process of Bayesian Inference”, Campbell 2016
 “Candy Japan’s New Box A/B Test”, Gwern 2016
 “Calculating The Gaussian Expected Maximum”, Gwern 2016
 “Embryo Editing for Intelligence”, Gwern 2016
 “PHENIX: A Multiplephenotype Imputation Method for Genetic Studies”, Dahl et al 2016
 “Probabilistic Integration: A Role in Statistical Computation?”, Briol et al 2015
 “World Catnip Surveys”, Gwern 2015
 “Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, Gwern 2015
 “Bitter Melon for Blood Glucose”, Gwern 2015
 “Resorting Media Ratings”, Gwern 2015
 “Practical Probabilistic Programming With Monads”, Ścibior et al 2015
 “When Should I Check The Mail?”, Gwern 2015
 “Bayesian Dark Knowledge”, Korattikara et al 2015
 “Dropout As a Bayesian Approximation: Representing Model Uncertainty in Deep Learning”, Gal & Ghahramani 2015
 “Life Extension CostBenefits”, Gwern 2015
 “Gaussian Processes for DataEfficient Learning in Robotics and Control”, Deisenroth et al 2015
 “LDpred: Modeling Linkage Disequilibrium Increases Accuracy of Polygenic Risk Scores”, Vilhjálmsson et al 2015
 “Simultaneous Discovery, Estimation and Prediction Analysis of Complex Traits Using a Bayesian Mixture Model”, Moser et al 2014
 “Predictive Distributions for Betweenstudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian Metaanalysis”, Turner et al 2014
 “Thompson Sampling With the Online Bootstrap”, Eckles & Kaptein 2014
 “Everything Is Correlated”, Gwern 2014
 “Statistical Notes”, Gwern 2014
 “How Often Does Correlation=Causality?”, Gwern 2014
 “Why Correlation Usually ≠ Causation”, Gwern 2014
 “FreezeThaw Bayesian Optimization”, Swersky et al 2014
 “Search for the Wreckage of Air France Flight AF 447”, Stone et al 2014
 “Bacopa QuasiExperiment”, Gwern 2014
 “Bayesian Model Selection: The Steepest Mountain to Climb”, Tenan et al 2014
 “Bayesian Inferences about the Self (and Others): a Review”, Moutoussis et al 2014
 “AutoEncoding Variational Bayes”, Kingma & Welling 2013
 “Machine Teaching for Bayesian Learners in the Exponential Family”, Zhu 2013
 “(More) Efficient Reinforcement Learning via Posterior Sampling”, Osband et al 2013
 “Magnesium SelfExperiments”, Gwern 2013
 “Caffeine Wakeup Experiment”, Gwern 2013
 “(More) Efficient Reinforcement Learning via Posterior Sampling [PSRL]”, Osband & al 2013
 “Potassium Sleep Experiments”, Gwern 2012
 “2012 Election Predictions”, Gwern 2012
 “Deep Gaussian Processes”, Damianou & Lawrence 2012
 “Biased Information As Antiinformation”, Gwern 2012
 “A Widely Applicable Bayesian Information Criterion”, Watanabe 2012
 “Bayesian Estimation Supersedes the ttest”, Kruschke 2012
 “The Ups and Downs of the Hope Function In a Fruitless Search”, Falk et al 2012
 “Practical Bayesian Optimization of Machine Learning Algorithms”, Snoek et al 2012
 “One Man’s Modus Ponens”, Gwern 2012
 “Learning Is Planning: near Bayesoptimal Reinforcement Learning via MonteCarlo Tree Search”, Asmuth & Littman 2012
 “Learning Performance of Prediction Markets With Kelly Bettors”, Beygelzimer et al 2012
 “Vitamin D Sleep Experiments”, Gwern 2012
 “Bayesian Active Learning for Classification and Preference Learning”, Houlsby et al 2011
 “Estimating the Evidence—a Review”, Friel & Wyse 2011
 “Charity Is Not about Helping”, Gwern 2011
 “The Sword of Achilles”, Asimov 2011
 “PILCO: A ModelBased and DataEfficient Approach to Policy Search”, Deisenroth & Rasmussen 2011
 “Death Note: L, Anonymity & Eluding Entropy”, Gwern 2011
 “Lack of Confidence in Approximate Bayesian Computation Model Choice”, Robert & al 2011
 “Zeo Sleep Selfexperiments”, Gwern 2010
 “Bayesian Data Analysis”, Kruschke 2010
 “Darwin, Galton and the Statistical Enlightenment”, Stigler 2010b
 “Nootropics”, Gwern 2010
 “MonteCarlo Planning in Large POMDPs”, Silver & Veness 2010
 “Case Studies in Bayesian Computation Using INLA”, Martino & Rue 2010
 “Who Wrote The ‘Death Note’ Script?”, Gwern 2009
 “When Superstars Flop: Public Status and Choking Under Pressure in International Soccer Penalty Shootouts”, Jordet 2009
 “Prediction Markets”, Gwern 2009
 “Models for Potentially Biased Evidence in Metaanalysis Using Empirically Based Priors”, Welton et al 2008
 “Optimal Approximation of Signal Priors”, Hyvarinen 2008
 “Verbal Probability Expressions In National Intelligence Estimates: A Comprehensive Analysis Of Trends From The Fifties Through Post9/11”, Kesselman 2008
 “On Universal Prediction and Bayesian Confirmation”, Hutter 2007
 “Introduction History of Drosophila Subobscura in the New World: a Microsatellitebased Survey Using ABC Methods”, Pascual et al 2007
 “Experiments on Partisanship and Public Opinion: Party Cues, False Beliefs, and Bayesian Updating”, Bullock 2007
 “A Free Energy Principle for the Brain”, Friston et al 2006
 “The Optimizer’s Curse: Skepticism and Postdecision Surprise in Decision Analysis”, Smith & Winkler 2006
 “Three Statistical Paradoxes in the Interpretation of Group Differences: Illustrated With Medical School Admission and Licensing Data”, Wainer & Brown 2006
 “Estimation of NonNormalized Statistical Models by Score Matching”, Hyvarinen 2005
 “The Bayesian Brain: the Role of Uncertainty in Neural Coding and Computation”, Knill & Pouget 2004
 “Bayesian Informal Logic and Fallacy”, Korb 2004
 “Two Statistical Paradoxes in the Interpretation of Group Differences: Illustrated With Medical School Admission and Licensing Data”, Wainer & Brown 2004
 “Bayesian Computation: a Statistical Revolution”, Brooks 2003
 “Constructing a Logic of Plausible Inference: A Guide to Cox’s Theorem”, Horn 2003
 “Bayesian Adaptive Exploration”, Loredo & Chernoff 2003
 “Simplifying Likelihood Ratios”, McGee 2002
 “Approximate Bayesian Computation in Population Genetics”, Beaumont et al 2002
 “A Bayesian Framework for Reinforcement Learning”, Strens 2000
 “Kelley's Paradox”, Wainer 2000
 “A Conversation With I. Richard Savage (with the Assistance of Bruce Spencer)”, Sampson 1999
 “On the Optimality of the Simple Bayesian Classifier under ZeroOne Loss”, Domingos & Pazzani 1997
 “Statistical Issues in the Analysis of Data Gathered in the New Designs”, Kadane & Seidenfeld 1996
 “Bayesian Estimation and the Kalman Filter”, Barker et al 1995
 “Is There Sufficient Historical Evidence to Establish the Resurrection of Jesus?”, Cavin 1995
 “The Relevance of Group Membership for Personnel Selection: A Demonstration Using Bayes' Theorem”, Miller 1994
 “Subjective Probability”, Wright & Ayton 1994
 “The Influence of Prior Beliefs on Scientific Judgments of Evidence Quality”, Koehler 1993
 “Some Formulas for Use With Bayesian Ability Estimates”, Mislevy 1993
 “InformationBased Objective Functions for Active Data Selection”, MacKay 1992
 “BayesHermite Quadrature”, O’Hagan 1991
 “The 1988 Neyman Memorial Lecture: A Galtonian Perspective on Shrinkage Estimators”, Stigler 1990
 “Explanatory Coherence”, Thagard 1989
 “Informal Conceptions of Probability”
 “The Double Exponential Distribution: Using Calculus to Find a Maximum Likelihood Estimator”, Norton 1984
 “This Week's Citation Classic: Nearest Neighbor Pattern Classification”, Cover 1982
 “To Understand Regression from Parent to Offspring, Think Statistically”, Humphreys 1978
 “Stein's Paradox in Statistics: The Best Guess about the Future Is Usually Obtained by Computing the Average of past Events. Stein's Paradox Defines Circumstances in Which There Are Estimators Better Than the Arithmetic Average”, Efron & Morris 1977
 “Interpreting Regression toward the Mean in Developmental Research”, Furby 1973
 “Nearest Neighbor Pattern Classification”, Cover & Hart 1967
 “Inference in an Authorship Problem: A Comparative Study of Discrimination Methods Applied to the Authorship of the Disputed Federalist Papers”, Mosteller & Wallace 1963
 “Probability, Statistical Decision Theory, and Accounting”, Bierman 1962
 “The Argentine Writer and Tradition”, Borges 1951
 “Probability and the Weighing of Evidence”, Good 1950
 “Evaluating the Effect of Inadequately Measured Variables in Partial Correlation Analysis”, Stouffer 1936
 “Interpretation of Educational Measurements”, Kelley 1927
 “Mr Keynes on Probability [review of J. M. Keynes, A Treatise on Probability, 1921]”, Ramsey 1922
 “Philosophical Essay on Probabilities, Chapter 11: Concerning the Probabilities of Testimonies”, Laplace 1814
 “In Praise of Sparsity and Convexity”, Tibshirani 2023 (page 518)
 “Brms: an R Package for Bayesian Generalized Multivariate Nonlinear Multilevel Models Using Stan”, Bürkner 2023
 “Approximate Bayesian Computation”, Sunnåker et al 2023
 “Why We Can't Take Expected Value Estimates Literally (Even When They're Unbiased)”
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See Also
Links
“Bayesian Flow Networks”, Graves et al 2023
“Pretraining Task Diversity and the Emergence of NonBayesian Incontext Learning for Regression”, Raventós et al 2023
“Pretraining task diversity and the emergence of nonBayesian incontext learning for regression”
“Posterior Sampling for Multiagent Reinforcement Learning: Solving Extensive Games With Imperfect Information”, Zhou et al 2023
“Unifying Approaches in Active Learning and Active Sampling via Fisher Information and InformationTheoretic Quantities”, Kirsch & Gal 2023
“Mortality Postponement and Compression at Older Ages in Human Cohorts”, McCarthy & Wang 2023
“Mortality postponement and compression at older ages in human cohorts”
“How Do Psychology Researchers Interpret the Results of Multiple Replication Studies?”, Akker et al 2023
“How do psychology researchers interpret the results of multiple replication studies?”
“AlphaZe∗∗: AlphaZerolike Baselines for Imperfect Information Games Are Surprisingly Strong”, Blüml et al 2023
“AlphaZe∗∗: AlphaZerolike baselines for imperfect information games are surprisingly strong”
“What Learning Algorithm Is Incontext Learning? Investigations With Linear Models”, Akyürek et al 2022
“What learning algorithm is incontext learning? Investigations with linear models”
“Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Niemeyer et al 2022
“A Provably Efficient ModelFree Posterior Sampling Method for Episodic Reinforcement Learning”, Dann et al 2022
“A Provably Efficient ModelFree Posterior Sampling Method for Episodic Reinforcement Learning”
“Zeus: Understanding and Optimizing GPU Energy Consumption of DNN Training”, You et al 2022
“Zeus: Understanding and Optimizing GPU Energy Consumption of DNN Training”
“Language Model Cascades”, Dohan et al 2022
“Language Models (Mostly) Know What They Know”, Kadavath et al 2022
“Offline RL Policies Should Be Trained to Be Adaptive”, Ghosh et al 2022
“Greedy Bayesian Posterior Approximation With Deep Ensembles”, Tiulpin & Blaschko 2022
“Greedy Bayesian Posterior Approximation with Deep Ensembles”
“Teaching Models to Express Their Uncertainty in Words”, Lin et al 2022
“RL With KL Penalties Is Better Viewed As Bayesian Inference”, Korbak et al 2022
“RL with KL penalties is better viewed as Bayesian inference”
“Fast and Accurate Bayesian Polygenic Risk Modeling With Variational Inference”, Zabad et al 2022
“Fast and Accurate Bayesian Polygenic Risk Modeling with Variational Inference”
“Onthefly Strategy Adaptation for Adhoc Agent Coordination”, Zand et al 2022
“Onthefly Strategy Adaptation for adhoc Agent Coordination”
“The InterModel Vigorish (IMV): A Flexible and Portable Approach for Quantifying Predictive Accuracy With Binary Outcomes”, Domingue et al 2022
“PFNs: Transformers Can Do Bayesian Inference”, Müller et al 2021
“The Science of Visual Data Communication: What Works”, Franconeri et al 2021
“How to Learn and Represent Abstractions: An Investigation Using Symbolic Alchemy”, AlKhamissi et al 2021
“How to Learn and Represent Abstractions: An Investigation using Symbolic Alchemy”
“An Experimental Design Perspective on ModelBased Reinforcement Learning”, Mehta et al 2021
“An Experimental Design Perspective on ModelBased Reinforcement Learning”
“Prior Knowledge Elicitation: The Past, Present, and Future”, Mikkola et al 2021
“Prior knowledge elicitation: The past, present, and future”
“Improving GWAS Discovery and Genomic Prediction Accuracy in Biobank Data”, Orliac et al 2021
“Improving GWAS discovery and genomic prediction accuracy in Biobank data”
“An Explanation of Incontext Learning As Implicit Bayesian Inference”, Xie et al 2021
“An Explanation of Incontext Learning as Implicit Bayesian Inference”
“Unifying Individual Differences in Personality, Predictability and Plasticity: A Practical Guide”, O’Dea et al 2021
“Unifying individual differences in personality, predictability and plasticity: A practical guide”
“A Confirmation Bias in Perceptual Decisionmaking due to Hierarchical Approximate Inference”, Lange et al 2021
“A confirmation bias in perceptual decisionmaking due to hierarchical approximate inference”
“MegaLMM: Megascale Linear Mixed Models for Genomic Predictions With Thousands of Traits”, Runcie et al 2021
“MegaLMM: Megascale linear mixed models for genomic predictions with thousands of traits”
“Why Generalization in RL Is Difficult: Epistemic POMDPs and Implicit Partial Observability”, Ghosh et al 2021
“Why Generalization in RL is Difficult: Epistemic POMDPs and Implicit Partial Observability”
“The Bayesian Learning Rule”, Khan & Rue 2021
“No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, Bartoš et al 2021
“Regression To The Mean Fallacies”, Gwern 2021
“Maternal Judgments of Child Numeracy and Reading Ability Predict Gains in Academic Achievement and Interest”, Parker et al 2021
“Genetic Sensitivity Analysis: Adjusting for Genetic Confounding in Epidemiological Associations”, Pingault et al 2021
“Genetic sensitivity analysis: Adjusting for genetic confounding in epidemiological associations”
“What Are Bayesian Neural Network Posteriors Really Like?”, Izmailov et al 2021
“Bayesian Optimization Is Superior to Random Search for Machine Learning Hyperparameter Tuning: Analysis of the BlackBox Optimization Challenge 2020”, Turner et al 2021
“Maximal Positive Controls: A Method for Estimating the Largest Plausible Effect Size”, Hilgard 2021
“Maximal positive controls: A method for estimating the largest plausible effect size”
“Informational Herding, Optimal Experimentation, and Contrarianism”, Smith et al 2021
“Informational Herding, Optimal Experimentation, and Contrarianism”
“Image Completion via Inference in Deep Generative Models”, Harvey et al 2021
“The Statistical Properties of RCTs and a Proposal for Shrinkage”, Zwet et al 2020
“The statistical properties of RCTs and a proposal for shrinkage”
“Hot under the Collar: A Latent Measure of Interstate Hostility”, Terechshenko 2020
“Hot under the collar: A latent measure of interstate hostility”
“What Matters More for Entrepreneurship Success? A Metaanalysis Comparing General Mental Ability and Emotional Intelligence in Entrepreneurial Settings”, Allen et al 2020
“Bayesian Workflow”, Gelman et al 2020
“From Probability to Consilience: How Explanatory Values Implement Bayesian Reasoning”, Wojtowicz & DeDeo 2020
“From Probability to Consilience: How Explanatory Values Implement Bayesian Reasoning”
“Metatrained Agents Implement Bayesoptimal Agents”, Mikulik et al 2020
“Learning Not to Learn: Nature versus Nurture in Silico”, Lange & Sprekeler 2020
“Searching for the Backfire Effect: Measurement and Design Considerations”, SwireThompson et al 2020
“Searching for the Backfire Effect: Measurement and Design Considerations”
“A Bayesian Approach to the Simulation Argument”, Kipping 2020
“Is SGD a Bayesian Sampler? Well, Almost”, Mingard et al 2020
“Laplace’s Theories of Cognitive Illusions, Heuristics and Biases”, Miller & Gelman 2020
“Laplace’s Theories of Cognitive Illusions, Heuristics and Biases”
“Exploring Bayesian Optimization: Breaking Bayesian Optimization into Small, Sizeable Chunks”, Agnihotri & Batra 2020
“Exploring Bayesian Optimization: Breaking Bayesian Optimization into small, sizeable chunks”
“Bayesian REX: Safe Imitation Learning via Fast Bayesian Reward Inference from Preferences”, Brown et al 2020
“Bayesian REX: Safe Imitation Learning via Fast Bayesian Reward Inference from Preferences”
“Bayesian Deep Learning and a Probabilistic Perspective of Generalization”, Wilson & Izmailov 2020
“Bayesian Deep Learning and a Probabilistic Perspective of Generalization”
“Why the Increasing Use of Complex Causal Models Is a Problem: On the Danger Sophisticated Theoretical Narratives Pose to Truth”, Saylors & Trafimow 2020
“The Most ‘Abandoned’ Books on GoodReads”, Gwern 2019
“Improved Polygenic Prediction by Bayesian Multiple Regression on Summary Statistics”, LloydJones et al 2019
“Improved polygenic prediction by Bayesian multiple regression on summary statistics”
“The Propensity for Aggressive Behavior and Lifetime Incarceration Risk: A Test for Geneenvironment Interaction (G × E) Using Wholegenome Data”, Barnes et al 2019
“Approximate Inference in Discrete Distributions With Monte Carlo Tree Search and Value Functions”, Buesing et al 2019
“Approximate Inference in Discrete Distributions with Monte Carlo Tree Search and Value Functions”
“Bayesian Parameter Estimation Using Conditional Variational Autoencoders for Gravitationalwave Astronomy”, Gabbard et al 2019
“New Paradigms in the Psychology of Reasoning”, Oaksford & Chater 2019
“Estimating Distributional Models With Brms: Additive Distributional Models”, Bürkner 2019
“Estimating Distributional Models with brms: Additive Distributional Models”
“DirichletHawkes Processes With Applications to Clustering ContinuousTime Document Streams”, Du et al 2019
“DirichletHawkes Processes with Applications to Clustering ContinuousTime Document Streams”
“Allocation to Groups: Examples of Lord's Paradox”, Wright 2019
“Evolutionary Implementation of Bayesian Computations”, Czégel et al 2019
“How Should We Critique Research?”, Gwern 2019
“Reinforcement Learning, Fast and Slow”, Botvinick et al 2019
“Meta Reinforcement Learning As Task Inference”, Humplik et al 2019
“Structural Equation Models As Computation Graphs”, Kesteren & Oberski 2019
“Metalearning of Sequential Strategies”, Ortega et al 2019
“Metalearners’ Learning Dynamics Are unlike Learners’”, Rabinowitz 2019
“Fermi Calculation Examples”, Gwern 2019
“Frank P. Ramsey Bibliography”, Gwern 2019
“Is the FDA Too Conservative or Too Aggressive?: A Bayesian Decision Analysis of Clinical Trial Design”, Isakov et al 2019
“Bayesian Statistics in Sociology: Past, Present, and Future”, Lynch & Bartlett 2019
“Bayesian Statistics in Sociology: Past, Present, and Future”
“Approximate Bayesian Computation [review]”, Beaumont 2019
“Accounting Theory As a Bayesian Discipline”, Johnstone 2018
“The Bayesian Superorganism III: Externalized Memories Facilitate Distributed Sampling”, Hunt et al 2018
“The Bayesian Superorganism III: externalized memories facilitate distributed sampling”
“Bayesian Layers: A Module for Neural Network Uncertainty”, Tran et al 2018
“Evolution As Backstop for Reinforcement Learning”, Gwern 2018
“The Bayesian Superorganism I: Collective Probability Estimation”, Hunt et al 2018
“The Bayesian Superorganism I: collective probability estimation”
“Bayesian Action Decoder for Deep MultiAgent Reinforcement Learning”, Foerster et al 2018
“Bayesian Action Decoder for Deep MultiAgent Reinforcement Learning”
“Accurate Uncertainties for Deep Learning Using Calibrated Regression”, Kuleshov et al 2018
“Accurate Uncertainties for Deep Learning Using Calibrated Regression”
“The Alignment Problem for Bayesian HistoryBased Reinforcement Learners”, Everitt & Hutter 2018
“The Alignment Problem for Bayesian HistoryBased Reinforcement Learners”
“Mining Gold from Implicit Models to Improve Likelihoodfree Inference”, Brehmer et al 2018
“Mining gold from implicit models to improve likelihoodfree inference”
“Deep Learning Generalizes Because the Parameterfunction Map Is Biased towards Simple Functions”, VallePérez et al 2018
“Deep learning generalizes because the parameterfunction map is biased towards simple functions”
“Posterior Sampling for Large Scale Reinforcement Learning”, Theocharous et al 2017
“Implicit Causal Models for Genomewide Association Studies”, Tran & Blei 2017
“Implicit Causal Models for Genomewide Association Studies”
“Analogicalbased Bayesian Optimization”, Le et al 2017
“DropoutDAgger: A Bayesian Approach to Safe Imitation Learning”, Menda et al 2017
“DropoutDAgger: A Bayesian Approach to Safe Imitation Learning”
“A Rational Choice Framework for Collective Behavior”, Krafft 2017
“Better Decision Making in Drug Development Through Adoption of Formal Prior Elicitation”, Dallow et al 2017
“Better Decision Making in Drug Development Through Adoption of Formal Prior Elicitation”
“The Prior Can Generally Only Be Understood in the Context of the Likelihood”, Gelman et al 2017
“The prior can generally only be understood in the context of the likelihood”
“Statistical Correction of the Winner’s Curse Explains Replication Variability in Quantitative Trait Genomewide Association Studies”, Palmer & Pe’er 2017
“A Tutorial on Thompson Sampling”, Russo et al 2017
“Structured Bayesian Pruning via LogNormal Multiplicative Noise”, Neklyudov et al 2017
“Structured Bayesian Pruning via LogNormal Multiplicative Noise”
“Bayesian Recurrent Neural Networks”, Fortunato et al 2017
“BlackBox Dataefficient Policy Search for Robotics”, Chatzilygeroudis et al 2017
“ZMA Sleep Experiment”, Gwern 2017
“SelfBlinded Mineral Water Taste Test”, Gwern 2017
“The Kelly CoinFlipping Game: Exact Solutions”, Branwen et al 2017
“A Conceptual Introduction to Hamiltonian Monte Carlo”, Betancourt 2017
“Banner Ads Considered Harmful”, Gwern 2017
“The ExploreExploit Dilemma in Media Consumption”, Gwern 2016
“Simple and Scalable Predictive Uncertainty Estimation Using Deep Ensembles”, Lakshminarayanan et al 2016
“Simple and Scalable Predictive Uncertainty Estimation using Deep Ensembles”
“Bayesian Reinforcement Learning: A Survey”, Ghavamzadeh et al 2016
“Human Collective Intelligence As Distributed Bayesian Inference”, Krafft et al 2016
“Human collective intelligence as distributed Bayesian inference”
“Universal Darwinism As a Process of Bayesian Inference”, Campbell 2016
“Candy Japan’s New Box A/B Test”, Gwern 2016
“Calculating The Gaussian Expected Maximum”, Gwern 2016
“Embryo Editing for Intelligence”, Gwern 2016
“PHENIX: A Multiplephenotype Imputation Method for Genetic Studies”, Dahl et al 2016
“PHENIX: A multiplephenotype imputation method for genetic studies”
“Probabilistic Integration: A Role in Statistical Computation?”, Briol et al 2015
“Probabilistic Integration: A Role in Statistical Computation?”
“World Catnip Surveys”, Gwern 2015
“Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, Gwern 2015
“Bitter Melon for Blood Glucose”, Gwern 2015
“Resorting Media Ratings”, Gwern 2015
“Practical Probabilistic Programming With Monads”, Ścibior et al 2015
“When Should I Check The Mail?”, Gwern 2015
“Bayesian Dark Knowledge”, Korattikara et al 2015
“Dropout As a Bayesian Approximation: Representing Model Uncertainty in Deep Learning”, Gal & Ghahramani 2015
“Dropout as a Bayesian Approximation: Representing Model Uncertainty in Deep Learning”
“Life Extension CostBenefits”, Gwern 2015
“Gaussian Processes for DataEfficient Learning in Robotics and Control”, Deisenroth et al 2015
“Gaussian Processes for DataEfficient Learning in Robotics and Control”
“LDpred: Modeling Linkage Disequilibrium Increases Accuracy of Polygenic Risk Scores”, Vilhjálmsson et al 2015
“LDpred: Modeling Linkage Disequilibrium Increases Accuracy of Polygenic Risk Scores”
“Simultaneous Discovery, Estimation and Prediction Analysis of Complex Traits Using a Bayesian Mixture Model”, Moser et al 2014
“Predictive Distributions for Betweenstudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian Metaanalysis”, Turner et al 2014
“Thompson Sampling With the Online Bootstrap”, Eckles & Kaptein 2014
“Everything Is Correlated”, Gwern 2014
“Statistical Notes”, Gwern 2014
“How Often Does Correlation=Causality?”, Gwern 2014
“Why Correlation Usually ≠ Causation”, Gwern 2014
“FreezeThaw Bayesian Optimization”, Swersky et al 2014
“Search for the Wreckage of Air France Flight AF 447”, Stone et al 2014
“Bacopa QuasiExperiment”, Gwern 2014
“Bayesian Model Selection: The Steepest Mountain to Climb”, Tenan et al 2014
“Bayesian Inferences about the Self (and Others): a Review”, Moutoussis et al 2014
“AutoEncoding Variational Bayes”, Kingma & Welling 2013
“Machine Teaching for Bayesian Learners in the Exponential Family”, Zhu 2013
“Machine Teaching for Bayesian Learners in the Exponential Family”
“(More) Efficient Reinforcement Learning via Posterior Sampling”, Osband et al 2013
“(More) Efficient Reinforcement Learning via Posterior Sampling”
“Magnesium SelfExperiments”, Gwern 2013
“Caffeine Wakeup Experiment”, Gwern 2013
“(More) Efficient Reinforcement Learning via Posterior Sampling [PSRL]”, Osband & al 2013
“(More) efficient reinforcement learning via posterior sampling [PSRL]”
“Potassium Sleep Experiments”, Gwern 2012
“2012 Election Predictions”, Gwern 2012
“Deep Gaussian Processes”, Damianou & Lawrence 2012
“Biased Information As Antiinformation”, Gwern 2012
“A Widely Applicable Bayesian Information Criterion”, Watanabe 2012
“Bayesian Estimation Supersedes the ttest”, Kruschke 2012
“The Ups and Downs of the Hope Function In a Fruitless Search”, Falk et al 2012
“The Ups and Downs of the Hope Function In a Fruitless Search”
“Practical Bayesian Optimization of Machine Learning Algorithms”, Snoek et al 2012
“Practical Bayesian Optimization of Machine Learning Algorithms”
“One Man’s Modus Ponens”, Gwern 2012
“Learning Is Planning: near Bayesoptimal Reinforcement Learning via MonteCarlo Tree Search”, Asmuth & Littman 2012
“Learning is planning: near Bayesoptimal reinforcement learning via MonteCarlo tree search”
“Learning Performance of Prediction Markets With Kelly Bettors”, Beygelzimer et al 2012
“Learning Performance of Prediction Markets with Kelly Bettors”
“Vitamin D Sleep Experiments”, Gwern 2012
“Bayesian Active Learning for Classification and Preference Learning”, Houlsby et al 2011
“Bayesian Active Learning for Classification and Preference Learning”
“Estimating the Evidence—a Review”, Friel & Wyse 2011
“Charity Is Not about Helping”, Gwern 2011
“The Sword of Achilles”, Asimov 2011
“PILCO: A ModelBased and DataEfficient Approach to Policy Search”, Deisenroth & Rasmussen 2011
“PILCO: A ModelBased and DataEfficient Approach to Policy Search”
“Death Note: L, Anonymity & Eluding Entropy”, Gwern 2011
“Lack of Confidence in Approximate Bayesian Computation Model Choice”, Robert & al 2011
“Lack of confidence in approximate Bayesian computation model choice”
“Zeo Sleep Selfexperiments”, Gwern 2010
“Bayesian Data Analysis”, Kruschke 2010
“Darwin, Galton and the Statistical Enlightenment”, Stigler 2010b
“Nootropics”, Gwern 2010
“MonteCarlo Planning in Large POMDPs”, Silver & Veness 2010
“Case Studies in Bayesian Computation Using INLA”, Martino & Rue 2010
“Who Wrote The ‘Death Note’ Script?”, Gwern 2009
“When Superstars Flop: Public Status and Choking Under Pressure in International Soccer Penalty Shootouts”, Jordet 2009
“Prediction Markets”, Gwern 2009
“Models for Potentially Biased Evidence in Metaanalysis Using Empirically Based Priors”, Welton et al 2008
“Models for potentially biased evidence in metaanalysis using empirically based priors”
“Optimal Approximation of Signal Priors”, Hyvarinen 2008
“Verbal Probability Expressions In National Intelligence Estimates: A Comprehensive Analysis Of Trends From The Fifties Through Post9/11”, Kesselman 2008
“On Universal Prediction and Bayesian Confirmation”, Hutter 2007
“Introduction History of Drosophila Subobscura in the New World: a Microsatellitebased Survey Using ABC Methods”, Pascual et al 2007
“Experiments on Partisanship and Public Opinion: Party Cues, False Beliefs, and Bayesian Updating”, Bullock 2007
“Experiments on partisanship and public opinion: Party cues, false beliefs, and Bayesian updating”
“A Free Energy Principle for the Brain”, Friston et al 2006
“The Optimizer’s Curse: Skepticism and Postdecision Surprise in Decision Analysis”, Smith & Winkler 2006
“The Optimizer’s Curse: Skepticism and Postdecision Surprise in Decision Analysis”
“Three Statistical Paradoxes in the Interpretation of Group Differences: Illustrated With Medical School Admission and Licensing Data”, Wainer & Brown 2006
“Estimation of NonNormalized Statistical Models by Score Matching”, Hyvarinen 2005
“Estimation of NonNormalized Statistical Models by Score Matching”
“The Bayesian Brain: the Role of Uncertainty in Neural Coding and Computation”, Knill & Pouget 2004
“The Bayesian brain: the role of uncertainty in neural coding and computation”
“Bayesian Informal Logic and Fallacy”, Korb 2004
“Two Statistical Paradoxes in the Interpretation of Group Differences: Illustrated With Medical School Admission and Licensing Data”, Wainer & Brown 2004
“Bayesian Computation: a Statistical Revolution”, Brooks 2003
“Constructing a Logic of Plausible Inference: A Guide to Cox’s Theorem”, Horn 2003
“Constructing a Logic of Plausible Inference: A Guide to Cox’s Theorem”
“Bayesian Adaptive Exploration”, Loredo & Chernoff 2003
“Simplifying Likelihood Ratios”, McGee 2002
“Approximate Bayesian Computation in Population Genetics”, Beaumont et al 2002
“A Bayesian Framework for Reinforcement Learning”, Strens 2000
“Kelley's Paradox”, Wainer 2000
“A Conversation With I. Richard Savage (with the Assistance of Bruce Spencer)”, Sampson 1999
“A conversation with I. Richard Savage (with the assistance of Bruce Spencer)”
“On the Optimality of the Simple Bayesian Classifier under ZeroOne Loss”, Domingos & Pazzani 1997
“On the Optimality of the Simple Bayesian Classifier under ZeroOne Loss”
“Statistical Issues in the Analysis of Data Gathered in the New Designs”, Kadane & Seidenfeld 1996
“Statistical Issues in the Analysis of Data Gathered in the New Designs”
“Bayesian Estimation and the Kalman Filter”, Barker et al 1995
“Is There Sufficient Historical Evidence to Establish the Resurrection of Jesus?”, Cavin 1995
“Is There Sufficient Historical Evidence to Establish the Resurrection of Jesus?”
“The Relevance of Group Membership for Personnel Selection: A Demonstration Using Bayes' Theorem”, Miller 1994
“The Relevance of Group Membership for Personnel Selection: A Demonstration Using Bayes' Theorem”
“Subjective Probability”, Wright & Ayton 1994
“The Influence of Prior Beliefs on Scientific Judgments of Evidence Quality”, Koehler 1993
“The Influence of Prior Beliefs on Scientific Judgments of Evidence Quality”
“Some Formulas for Use With Bayesian Ability Estimates”, Mislevy 1993
“InformationBased Objective Functions for Active Data Selection”, MacKay 1992
“InformationBased Objective Functions for Active Data Selection”
“BayesHermite Quadrature”, O’Hagan 1991
“The 1988 Neyman Memorial Lecture: A Galtonian Perspective on Shrinkage Estimators”, Stigler 1990
“The 1988 Neyman Memorial Lecture: A Galtonian Perspective on Shrinkage Estimators”
“Explanatory Coherence”, Thagard 1989
“Informal Conceptions of Probability”
“The Double Exponential Distribution: Using Calculus to Find a Maximum Likelihood Estimator”, Norton 1984
“The Double Exponential Distribution: Using Calculus to Find a Maximum Likelihood Estimator”
“This Week's Citation Classic: Nearest Neighbor Pattern Classification”, Cover 1982
“This Week's Citation Classic: Nearest Neighbor Pattern Classification”
“To Understand Regression from Parent to Offspring, Think Statistically”, Humphreys 1978
“To understand regression from parent to offspring, think statistically”
“Stein's Paradox in Statistics: The Best Guess about the Future Is Usually Obtained by Computing the Average of past Events. Stein's Paradox Defines Circumstances in Which There Are Estimators Better Than the Arithmetic Average”, Efron & Morris 1977
“Interpreting Regression toward the Mean in Developmental Research”, Furby 1973
“Interpreting regression toward the mean in developmental research”
“Nearest Neighbor Pattern Classification”, Cover & Hart 1967
“Inference in an Authorship Problem: A Comparative Study of Discrimination Methods Applied to the Authorship of the Disputed Federalist Papers”, Mosteller & Wallace 1963
“Probability, Statistical Decision Theory, and Accounting”, Bierman 1962
“The Argentine Writer and Tradition”, Borges 1951
“Probability and the Weighing of Evidence”, Good 1950
“Evaluating the Effect of Inadequately Measured Variables in Partial Correlation Analysis”, Stouffer 1936
“Evaluating the Effect of Inadequately Measured Variables in Partial Correlation Analysis”
“Interpretation of Educational Measurements”, Kelley 1927
“Mr Keynes on Probability [review of J. M. Keynes, A Treatise on Probability, 1921]”, Ramsey 1922
“Mr Keynes on Probability [review of J. M. Keynes, A Treatise on Probability, 1921]”
“Philosophical Essay on Probabilities, Chapter 11: Concerning the Probabilities of Testimonies”, Laplace 1814
“Philosophical Essay on Probabilities, Chapter 11: Concerning the Probabilities of Testimonies”
“In Praise of Sparsity and Convexity”, Tibshirani 2023 (page 518)
“Brms: an R Package for Bayesian Generalized Multivariate Nonlinear Multilevel Models Using Stan”, Bürkner 2023
“brms: an R package for Bayesian generalized multivariate nonlinear multilevel models using Stan”
“Approximate Bayesian Computation”, Sunnåker et al 2023
“Why We Can't Take Expected Value Estimates Literally (Even When They're Unbiased)”
“Why We Can't Take Expected Value Estimates Literally (Even When They're Unbiased)”
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Link Bibliography

https://openreview.net/forum?id=UVDAKQANOW
: “Unifying Approaches in Active Learning and Active Sampling via Fisher Information and InformationTheoretic Quantities”, Andreas Kirsch, Yarin Gal 
https://osf.io/mhv8f/
: “Are Most Published Criminological Research Findings Wrong? Taking Stock of Criminological Research Using a Bayesian Simulation Approach”, Richard E. Niemeyer, K. Ryan Proctor, Joseph Schwartz, Robert G. Niemeyer 
https://arxiv.org/abs/2207.05221#anthropic
: “Language Models (Mostly) Know What They Know”, 
https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.11275
: “RL With KL Penalties Is Better Viewed As Bayesian Inference”, Tomasz Korbak, Ethan Perez, Christopher L. Buckley 
https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.10510
: “PFNs: Transformers Can Do Bayesian Inference”, Samuel Müller, Noah Hollmann, Sebastian Pineda Arango, Josif Grabocka, Frank Hutter 
2021odea.pdf
: “Unifying Individual Differences in Personality, Predictability and Plasticity: A Practical Guide”, Rose E. O’Dea, Daniel W. A. Noble, Shinichi Nakagawa 
https://psyarxiv.com/kvsp7/
: “No Need to Choose: Robust Bayesian MetaAnalysis With Competing Publication Bias Adjustment Methods”, František Bartoš, Maximilian Maier, EricJan Wagenmakers, Hristos Doucouliagos, T. D. Stanley 
regression
: “Regression To The Mean Fallacies”, Gwern 
https://arxiv.org/abs/2011.15004
: “The Statistical Properties of RCTs and a Proposal for Shrinkage”, Erik van Zwet, Simon Schwab, Stephen Senn 
goodreads
: “The Most ‘Abandoned’ Books on GoodReads”, Gwern 
researchcriticism
: “How Should We Critique Research?”, Gwern 
https://arxiv.org/abs/1905.01320#deepmind
: “Metalearners’ Learning Dynamics Are unlike Learners’”, Neil C. Rabinowitz 
fermi
: “Fermi Calculation Examples”, Gwern 
backstop
: “Evolution As Backstop for Reinforcement Learning”, Gwern 
2018everitt.pdf
: “The Alignment Problem for Bayesian HistoryBased Reinforcement Learners”, Tom Everitt, Marcus Hutter 
zma
: “ZMA Sleep Experiment”, Gwern 
water
: “SelfBlinded Mineral Water Taste Test”, Gwern 
coinflip
: “The Kelly CoinFlipping Game: Exact Solutions”, Gwern Branwen, Arthur Breitman, nshepperd, FeepingCreature, Gurkenglas 
ad
: “Banner Ads Considered Harmful”, Gwern 
mediarl
: “The ExploreExploit Dilemma in Media Consumption”, Gwern 
candyjapan
: “Candy Japan’s New Box A/B Test”, Gwern 
orderstatistic
: “Calculating The Gaussian Expected Maximum”, Gwern 
embryoediting
: “Embryo Editing for Intelligence”, Gwern 
catnipsurvey
: “World Catnip Surveys”, Gwern 
catnip
: “Catnip Immunity and Alternatives”, Gwern 
melon
: “Bitter Melon for Blood Glucose”, Gwern 
resorter
: “Resorting Media Ratings”, Gwern 
maildelivery
: “When Should I Check The Mail?”, Gwern 
longevity
: “Life Extension CostBenefits”, Gwern 
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/sim.6381
: “Predictive Distributions for Betweenstudy Heterogeneity and Simple Methods for Their Application in Bayesian Metaanalysis”, Rebecca M. Turner, Dan Jackson, Yinghui Wei, Simon G. Thompson, Julian P. T. Higgins 
everything
: “Everything Is Correlated”, Gwern 
statistic
: “Statistical Notes”, Gwern 
correlation
: “How Often Does Correlation=Causality?”, Gwern 
causality
: “Why Correlation Usually ≠ Causation”, Gwern 
bacopa
: “Bacopa QuasiExperiment”, Gwern 
magnesium
: “Magnesium SelfExperiments”, Gwern 
caffeine
: “Caffeine Wakeup Experiment”, Gwern 
potassium
: “Potassium Sleep Experiments”, Gwern 
2012election
: “2012 Election Predictions”, Gwern 
backfireeffect
: “Biased Information As Antiinformation”, Gwern 
2013kruschke.pdf
: “Bayesian Estimation Supersedes the <em>t</em>test”, John Kruschke 
1994falk
: “The Ups and Downs of the Hope Function In a Fruitless Search”, Ruma Falk, Abigail Lipson, Clifford Konold 
modus
: “One Man’s Modus Ponens”, Gwern 
vitamind
: “Vitamin D Sleep Experiments”, Gwern 
charityisnotabouthelping
: “Charity Is Not about Helping”, Gwern 
1963asimov
: “The Sword of Achilles”, Isaac Asimov 
deathnoteanonymity
: “Death Note: L, Anonymity & Eluding Entropy”, Gwern 
zeo
: “Zeo Sleep Selfexperiments”, Gwern 
2010stigler2.pdf
: “Darwin, Galton and the Statistical Enlightenment”, Stephen M. Stigler 
nootropics
: “Nootropics”, Gwern 
2010silver.pdf
: “MonteCarlo Planning in Large POMDPs”, David Silver, Joel Veness 
deathnotescript
: “Who Wrote The ‘Death Note’ Script?”, Gwern 
predictionmarket
: “Prediction Markets”, Gwern 
2007pascual.pdf
: “Introduction History of <em>Drosophila Subobscura</em> in the New World: a Microsatellitebased Survey Using ABC Methods”, M. Pascual, M. P. Chapuis, F. Mestres, J. Balanyà, R. B. Huey, G. W. Gilchrist, L. Serra, A. Estoup 
https://www.jmlr.org/papers/volume6/hyvarinen05a/hyvarinen05a.pdf
: “Estimation of NonNormalized Statistical Models by Score Matching”, Aapo Hyvärinen 
1994miller.pdf
: “The Relevance of Group Membership for Personnel Selection: A Demonstration Using Bayes' Theorem”, Edward M. Miller 
1982cover.pdf
: “This Week's Citation Classic: Nearest Neighbor Pattern Classification”, Thomas M. Cover 
https://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002803
: “Approximate Bayesian Computation”, Mikael Sunnåker, Alberto Giovanni Busetto, Elina Numminen, Jukka Corander, Matthieu Foll, Christophe Dessimoz