We’re talking Bayes for days.

Okay, it looks like we have our topics for the next few posts and today we need to introduce something called Bayes’ rule (or theorem) if we are going to get into some of the things I want to talk about. We also need to talk about the Poisson distribution eventually, but we’ll get to that in time. For now, let’s talk Bayes!*

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September 25, 2019 | Categories: 365 Days of Academia - Year one | Tags: cumulative distribution function, education, math, mathematics, probability, probability density function, random variables, standard deviation, statistics, uniform distribution | Leave a comment

The uniform distribution, a very simple looking distribution indeed.

Today we are going to take it a bit easy, after all we still have 329 days of blog posts and not every one has to be a novel. That is why today we are introducing something called the uniform distribution. Ever wonder what would happen if nothing really mattered? Well you’re in for a treat! Let’s get started.*

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September 24, 2019 | Categories: 365 Days of Academia - Year one | Tags: cumulative distribution function, education, math, mathematics, probability, probability density function, random variables, standard deviation, statistics, uniform distribution | Leave a comment