Statistics and probability are an area in which it is very difficult to find people who understand and apply the concepts correctly (another being logic). Studies depend on these calculations, but many people who conduct the studies don’t have the knowledge or experience with the theories to surmise the conclusions they wish to promote as truth. This, while we use these numerical values nearly on a daily basis, to estimate risks, summarize groups, and ponder the nature of the universe.
Bayes’ Theorem is one of the most important and surprisingly easy forms of probability reasoning that everyone should be taught in school and understand. The best way to learn for many is to visualize, so here you have it: Visualizing Bayes’ Theorem.
More to come from this gentleman, you can be sure…