28 January 2010

Post-Webinar Follow Up: Applications of Bayesian Statistics for Biosurveillance

Thanks to all who participated in today's webinar on "Application of Bayesian Statistics for Biosurveillance." The Research Committee would like to hear your comments and thoughts about the webinar, so please join in the discussion by leaving a comment on this entry.

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Slides have been posted on the ISDS wiki, with the recording to follow shortly.

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