## What is Bayes Rule?

Genuine Bayesians really consider restrictive probabilities as more essential than joint probabilities. It is anything but difficult to characterize P(A|B) without reference to the...

## The Poisson Distribution and Poisson Process Explained

A tragedy of statistics in most faculties is how dull it’s made. Teachers spend hours wading through derivations, equations, and theorems, and, once you...

## Logistic Regression

Logistic regression (aka logit regression or logit model) was developed by statistician David Cox in 1958 and may be a regression model where the...

## A Brief Introduction to Probability & Statistics

I’ve contemplated likelihood and insights without encountering them. What’s the distinction? What are they attempting to do?  This relationship made a difference:  Probability is...

## Precision and Recall

Would you think someone who claimed to make a model entirely in their head to spot terrorists trying to board flights with greater than...

## Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics /ˌbaɪ.oʊˌɪnfərˈmætɪks/ (About this soundlisten) which is an interdisciplinary field in which methods and software tools for understanding biological data are developed. Bioinformatics combines...

## What is a Z-Score?

Simply put, a z-score (also called a standard score) gives an idea of how far it is from the average value of a data...

## Box plot review

What is a box and whisker plot? A crate and stubble plot—additionally called a container plot—shows the five-number synopsis of a lot of information....

## Prime Numbers Chart and Calculator

A Prime Number is:  an entire number that can’t be made by increasing other entire numbers  (in case it can be realized by duplicating...