Archive for March 2011

## Bayes fixes small n, doesn’t it?

What is a methods-careful practitioner to do when the number of observations ($n$) is small?  I don’t know how many times I’ve been told by a well-meaning Bayesian some variation of

Bayesian estimation addresses the “small $n$ problem”

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