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Kent Johnson

The new edition of Bayesian Data Analysis is the third, not the fourth, and, sadly, it is not out just yet.

Kaiser

Kent: Thanks. I've fixed the text above.

Andrew Gelman

Regarding my "what makes a statistician look like a hero" bit, another example is Nate Silver. He's a hero not because he did some amazing technical feat, but because he put together available data in a savvy way. His method was good in that it allowed him to make use of data from lots of polls.

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