of or relating to statistical methods that regard parameters of a population as random variables having known probability distributions.
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How to use Bayesian in a sentence
Bayes’ rule, or Bayesian reasoning, is an optimal way to calibrate our beliefs in response to evidence.
One of the ways you say we can be more rational is by adopting a Bayesian approach to understanding the world.
Researchers can also conduct a Bayesian analysis, which incorporates prior knowledge to predict the likelihood of a given outcome.Scientists should report results with intellectual humility. Here’s how | Sujata Gupta | October 28, 2021 | Science News
New used Bayesian statistics when she studied eagle collisions with wind turbines.Endangered or just rare? Statistics give meaning to the head counts | Rachel Crowell | August 26, 2021 | Science News For Students
At its core is a Bayesian approach, commonly used in machine learning to make predictions about the future based on things you’ve already learned.How Machine Learning Made Hops-Free Hoppy Beer (and Other SynBio Wonders) Possible | Shelly Fan | October 6, 2020 | Singularity Hub
A good Bayesian--and aren't most of us are supposed to be good Bayesians these days?Study: Giving People Government Health Insurance May Not Make them Any Healthier | Megan McArdle | May 1, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Darryl and I once tried to write our own better spam filter and when you filter spam, you need Bayesian math.Little Brother | Cory Doctorow
British Dictionary definitions for Bayesian
(of a theory) presupposing known a priori probabilities which may be subjectively assessed and which can be revised in the light of experience in accordance with Bayes' theorem. A hypothesis is thus confirmed by an experimental observation which is likely given the hypothesis and unlikely without it: Compare maximum likelihood
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