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June 17, 2022, 2:02 p.m. | Dr. Marc Jacobs

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In past posts, I have shown several ways to apply Bayesian analysis for mostly normally distributed data. In this example, I want to use a discrete response, and what better distribution to start with than an inflated one. You read correctly — this post will be about modeling, in a Bayesian way, a zero-inflated response.

A zero-inflated response distribution is one in which there are more zero’s than you would normally like, but they are there. Hence, you need to …

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