In the ACEMS Public Lecture Series on October 23 at 6pm, the NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer, Prof. Hugh Durrant-Whyte, will be presenting a talk describing a number of efforts to apply Bayesian methods to the problem of minerals discovery and characterisation. Click here for more details and to register.
The symposium on Data Science and Social Good will be held at QUT, Brisbane, on Friday, November 29. The purpose of this symposium is to promote the merger of data science and social good, share success stories, discuss challenges and potential solutions, extend networks, and explore directions for new research. Click here for more details and to register.
Bayesian Logistic Regression in Practice, using R or Autostats
Clair Alston-Knox, Samantha Low-Choy, Daniela Vasco
Location: Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Southport
This is a two-part series of workshops:
Part 1: Understanding and communicating the meaning of logistic regression,
including elicitation of regression coefficients for Bayesian priors
Presenters: Samantha (lead presenter & developer), Daniela and Clair (co-presenters, co-developers)
Date: Tuesday, 19 November, 2019; Gold Coast campus, Griffith University
Part 2: Inference for logistic regression – classical issues and Bayesian solutions
Presenters: Clair (lead presenter & developer), Samantha (co-developer) and Daniela (tutor)
Date: Thursday, 28 November, 2019; Gold Coast campus, Griffith University
Further details including abstracts will be posted at
$150/day for students outside Griffith; $200/day for members of SSA or ASBA; $250/day for others