Abstract

Contributions of Bayesian methods to animal breeding are reviewed briefly. Emphasis is placed on using Gibbs sampling to arrive at marginal posterior distributions needed for making Bayesian inferences. Improper posteriors can occur due to improper priors employed or insufficient data. Caution should be exercised when improper priors are used.

C. S Wang

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 25: Lactation; growth and efficiency; meat quality; role of exotic breeds in the tropics; design of village breeding programs; n, , 481–488, 1998
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