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The drawings in this library are available under a CC-BY license. Unless otherwise stated, please attribute the artwork to Viktor Beekman and the concepts to Eric-Jan Wagenmakers. Click on the image to view it in full resolution.


A Bayesian Wizard

Lucifer Likes P

Sunday Presents

Let’s Spin It!

 


Let’s Play Darts!

Bayes Bursts The P-Value Balloon

The α = .05 Limbo

When to Consider The Point-Null1

 


The Gelman Kangaroo

Two Gelman Kangaroos

Bayesian Magic

JASP Magic

 


No Bayesians Inside

Replication Cinderella

Bayes Factors for Research Workers

Fishing

 


Fishing (with text)

The Empirical Cycle

Laplace’s Demon

Let’s Poke a Pizza!

 


God Recommends Bayesian Inference

The Bayesian Learning Cycle

The Two Faces of Bayes’ Rule1

JASP Coat of Arms

 


Bayesian Cognitive Modeling

Power Posing

Maximum Diagnosticity
of a p-value (pt. 1)

Maximum Diagnosticity
of a p-value (pt. 2)

 


Anscombe’s
Quartet2

Guilt-free peeking at data?

Pythagoras Meets Bayes

Model Averaging Pandemonium3

 


Sirens

How Blinding Works (pt. 1)4

How Blinding Works (pt. 2)4

How Blinding Works (pt. 3)4

 


Lady Justice

Probability Belongs Wholly To The Mind

Never Assert Absolutely

Evidence As Change In Beliefs

 


Average Across What You Do Not Know

Put A Prior On It

1. Concept by Eric-Jan Wagenmakers and Quentin F. Gronau.
2. Concept by Johnny van Doorn.
3. Concept by Max Hinne and Eric-Jan Wagenmakers.
4. Concept by Alexandra Sarafoglou.

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