It's the end of the first day of the ISNET–3 workshop I mentioned yesterday. There have been a number of interesting talks by people using sophisticated statistical methods to better understand what their theoretical calculations (mostly, though we've also had a couple of talks by experimentalists) are telling them. At least, it seems sophisticated to me, since I think of a posterior (as a noun) as something to sit on. I will not be able to hide just how unsophisticated I am for very long, as I'll be talking on Wednesday. Hopefully at least my talk will prompt some useful comments from the audience.
The workshop is in a basement room with no windows (at least, none that are not covered up). I suppose this is a deliberate plan to stop us from looking at the beautiful scenery, such as the picture attached here that I took during the lunch break.