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Topic: What is the conjugate prior for Beta distribution
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What is the conjugate prior for Beta distribution
Posted: Feb 8, 2008 10:39 AM
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Hi guys, I'm trying to use Beta distribution to model a variable. To
use as much information as posssible, I want to do it in a Bayesian
way. Thus I need a conjugate prior for Beta distribution. One
professor told me that the prior for Beta distribution is also Beta
distribution, but I'm not sure as I wrote down the formula and the
result was not consist. Is there any one could give me more detailed
information?



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