A paper introducing some of the basic knowledge to understand Bayesian networks in an evaluation setting. This draws on work conducted previously under a DFID-funded research project (Henderson and Burn, 2004) . It starts with a brief discussion of some key features of Bayesian networks. It then goes on to give an example to demonstrate their potential. It concludes with some thoughts on the relevance to the evaluation setting.
By // Simon Henderson Date // 2015
An early, detailed look at potential applications of logframes during humanitarian and emergency responses, originally produced for the World Food Programme in 2001
By // Bernard Broughton Date // 2001