Bayesian basics with doodles!

Recently, I volunteered to teach my research team at work about Bayesian basics. I had just started reading a book on it called Bayesian Statistics The Fun Way by Bill Kurt and I like to take notes using doodles, so I decided it would be fun to try to explain some fundamental concepts using doodles. I also had an experience that I thought might be relatable to anyone who has ever woken up expecting to see popcorn on the kitchen counter only to find no popcorn where it most certainly should have been.

One day soon I will read Chapter 2 and who knows what will come of it! Anyway, I hope you enjoy this 10 minute lesson that, if all goes to plan, should show you how you’ve been thinking like a Bayesian all along 🙂

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