Ms Aerin·Follow1 min read·Oct 31, 2019--3ListenShareHi Rafael, P(accident | coat, rain) = P(accident | coat) is correct. You can also show P(accident | coat, rain) = P(accident | rain) using the proof below.

Ms AerininIntuitionMathChi Square Test — Intuition, Examples, and Step-by-Step CalculationThe best way to see if two variables are related.·15 min read·Feb 12--3

Ms AerininTowards Data ScienceBeta Distribution — Intuition, Examples, and DerivationWhen to use Beta distribution·9 min read·Jan 8, 2020--24

Ms AerininTowards Data ScienceBayesian Inference — Intuition and Examplewith Python Code·9 min read·Jan 2, 2020--21

Ms AerininTowards Data SciencePoisson Distribution Intuition (and derivation)When to use a Poisson Distribution?·7 min read·Jun 1, 2019--39

Ms AerininIntuitionMathChi Square Test — Intuition, Examples, and Step-by-Step CalculationThe best way to see if two variables are related.·15 min read·Feb 12--3

CalvinThe Must-Know Bayesian Inference Algorithm: Metropolis-HastingsLearn what Metropolis-Hastings algorithm is.12 min read·Jun 21--

Cassie KozyrkovinTowards Data ScienceStatistics: Are you Bayesian or Frequentist?The fastest way to diagnose your statistical alignment6 min read·Jun 4, 2021--36

Nick HiltonThe End of the Subscription Era is ComingYou’re overpaying for your porn (and journalism)10 min read·Aug 30--223

Will LockettinPredictChina May Have Just Condemned The Entire WorldA crucial shift in rhetoric from the superpower is deeply worrying.·7 min read·6 days ago--74