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Therefore, in this case, 4>(8) = and a noninformative prior is locally uniform in itself. 3) pee I 0') cc C. e e This noninformative pnor distribution is shown line , Since p(K I 0') == pee I 0') In Fig. 4) the corresponding noninformative prior for K is not uniform but is locally proportional to 2 , that is, to K - 2 In general, if the noninformative prior is locally e Nature of Bayesian Inference 28 uniform in 4>(8), then the corresponding noninformative prior for 8 is locally proportional to Id4>/d81, assuming the transformation is one to one.