Bayes’ theorem is covered in introduction to statistics and probability courses, but I think a lot of people starting out don’t understand it conceptually. They see a formula that you plug numbers into. Here’s an example using LEGO bricks that clarifies the confusion, hopefully.
Bayes’ theorem explained with LEGO bricks
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Data Underload #3 – The Resolution Cycle
Late at night, the new year’s resolution longed for a straight line.
Shifting Causes of Death
The most common causes of death changed over the years. They vary across sex and age group. This animation shows the details of these changes.
Who is Older and Younger than You
Here’s a chart to show you how long you have until you start to feel your age.