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April 27, 2010


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Even the most intelligent people are consistently tripped up by conditional probability calculations. At times, re-sampling techniques that approximate solutions might be simpler than Bayesian arithmetic.


Sorry, but you are wrong. This intuitive reasoning is, in fact, Bayes rule. The only difference is rounding.
See prof. Gelman's blog about this.

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