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The Bayes theorem, explained to an above-average squirrel

January 31, 2011
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Editor's Note: The following question was recently asked of our statistical training instructors. Terry Woodfield, along with Bob Lucas took the time to write this eloquent and easily digestible answer. Question: I'm trying to get a general
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