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Rebecca Fisher

The ammonia example (see issue 18) shows clearly a high weight for the mixture even with only 8 data-points. This suggests that where the bi-modality is quite strong, the mixture model may prove useful even when data-sets are relatively small.

Carl Schwarz

Yes, we agree and with time more and more data will become available and so more complex models will be required.

David Fox

No disagreement here!