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Think Bayes

Allen B. Downey

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Bayes' theorem is named for English minister and statistician Reverend Thomas Bayes, who formulated an equation for his work "An Essay Towards Solving a Problem in the Doctrine of Chances." After Bayes' death, the manuscript was edited and corrected by Richard Price prior to publication in 1763.

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Chapter 1. Bayes’s Theorem Conditional probability The fundamental idea behind all Bayesian statistics is Bayes’s theorem, which is surprisingly easy to derive, provided that you understand conditional probability. So we’ll … - Selection from Think Bayes [Book]