ERES II: Kepler data tells us about planet's overall characteristics using baysian statistics

Robert Morehead from Penn State explains how Baysian statistics works, why you should be careful of using too elaborate primers, what you find by using Kepler data and how to combine different dataset in this statistics scheme.IMG_4136

Klarman Hall at sunset

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