IN HYPERTEXT ON THE WORLD-WIDE WEB:
A CASE STUDY*
|Robert E. Kass||Donna K. Pauler|
|Department of Statistics||Dept. of Statistical
|Carnegie Mellon University||University College|
|Pittsburgh, PA 15213||London, UK|
*Funding from NSF, encouragement from Sallie Keller-McNulty
Purpose of Project:
To assess cost and effectiveness of relatively low-budget on-line
presentation of conference material.
Ultimately one would like
- To further disseminate lecture and discussion (to those not
attending conference), capturing some of
the feel of the live presentation.
- To provide an on-line source of material that adds something
beyond what is in the
Our example is drawn from the Third Workshop on Case Studies in
Bayesian Statistics, October 5-7, 1995. We used the paper,
``Hierarchical Bayes Models for Micro-Marketing Strategies,''
(in C. Gatsonis, J.S. Hodges, R.E. Kass, R. McCulloch,
P. Rossi, and N.D. Singpurwalla, eds, Case Studies in Bayesian
Statistics, Volume III).
Included here are
- extended abstract
- transcript of talk
- the paper
Please start with either the outline or the
We hope that this is easy to navigate.
Tue Aug 19 10:52:40 EDT 1997