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CENTER FOR BAYESIAN METHODS
IN ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY

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Image Of Thomas BayesBayesian statistics is a type of statistical analysis developed from the work of Thomas Bayes (1701-1761) and Pierre Simon Marquis de Laplace (1749-1827). Although neglected for some time, Bayesian methods have become prominent in many scientific fields in recent decades.

At Los Alamos, Bayesian methods are being applied to bioassay, radiochemistry, and internal dosimetry.

 

Bayesian Software

  • Bayesian Software Package I: Simple Bayesian inference sample problem as self-teaching tool LA-CC 03-003 View Abstract /Close
  • Bayesian Software Package II: Internal dosimetry verification and validation test cases and Los Alamos Bayesian internal dosimetry codes ID and UF LA-CC 04-004
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