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Bayesian Inference II - Bayesian Updating Discrete Priors

We get closer and closer to the exciting, interesting parts of data science. Bayesian Inference or more precisely Bayesian updating is one part of that. It is used in some machine learning algorithms and allows us to update probabilities when we get new data. 374 more words


Bayes Theorem: A Visual Introduction For Beginners

Bayes Theorem: A Visual Introduction For Beginners

Bayes Theorem Illustrations: A Newbies Visible Method to Bayesian Info Assessment
This pamphlet is for you if you are looking for a simple students tips filled with examples that are observable. 21 more words

New Books in Maths: October 2016 (I)

Calculating the Cosmos: How Mathematics Unveils the Universe – Ian Stewart

Ian Stewart is releasing a new book on a guide to the cosmos, which recounts the formation of the Earth and its planets and asteroids of the solar system, and from there out into the galaxy and the universe. 412 more words


Uncertainty,the elephant-Erudite Hunches

Hello again beautiful people,

We’ll be looking at another theory that involves small-group communication and social behaviours of individuals.

What comes to your mind when you enter a room packed with strangers? 804 more words

Communication Theory

Florrie's Theorem

Florrie’s Theorem: 

If f(x) is a function and let f(x) = Yinan Florrie Zhu

How Math Determines our Two-Party System

Disclaimer: I’m not writing this to push any particular political view.  Vote for who you want.  It is not the purpose of this blog post to pick sides on political issues, but rather just present the math that surrounds the current party system.  614 more words