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Bayesian model selection for the glacial–interglacial cycle

Bibliographic reference Carson, Jake ; Crucifix, Michel ; preston, simon ; Wilkinson, Richard. Bayesian model selection for the glacial–interglacial cycle. In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series C, Applied statistics, , p. 34 p.
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