Is Bayesian thinking a sham?

Is Bayesian thinking a sham?

Here’s a thought provoking video by Julia Galef  There's a common criticism that people who claim to practice "Bayesian thinking" aren't actually doing anything special... Details
Principal Component Analysis (PCA) Explained

Principal Component Analysis (PCA) Explained

Principal component analysis (PCA) is a workhorse algorithm in statistics, where dominant correlation patterns are extracted from high-dimensional data. Steve Brunton explains it in this... Details
A Clear Explanation of Naive Bayes

A Clear Explanation of Naive Bayes

StatQuest with Josh Starmer explains Naive Bayes in a clear way. When most people want to learn about Naive Bayes, they want to learn about... Details
This Is How Easy It Is to Lie With Statistics

This Is How Easy It Is to Lie With Statistics

Zach Star explains how misleading statistics can be (even when the numbers are 100% correct!). Details
Coronavirus: Keep calm and know the data

Coronavirus: Keep calm and know the data

Coronavirus was declared a pandemic on Wednesday due to its widespread transmission across the world. But in terms of severity, it remains relatively low, with... Details
Free 7 Hour Course on Statistics for Data Science

Free 7 Hour Course on Statistics for Data Science

Great Learning has provided this free 7 hour course on statistics for Data Science. This course will be taught by Dr.Abhinanda Sarkar who has his... Details
Bayes Theorem and Making Probability Intuitive

Bayes Theorem and Making Probability Intuitive

3Blue1Brown explores perhaps the most important formula in probability: Bayes Theorem. The study with Steve: https://science.sciencemag.org/content/185/4157/1124 http://www.its.caltech.edu/~camerer/Ec101/JudgementUncertainty.pdf Details
Principal Component Analysis Explained

Principal Component Analysis Explained

Computerphile explains PCA - Principle Component Analysis in an accessible way. Details
Sequential Estimation of Quantiles

Sequential Estimation of Quantiles

Here’s an interesting talk by Aaditya Ramdas on “Sequential Estimation of Quantiles with Applications to A/B-testing and Best-arm Identification” From the description: Consider the problem... Details
Tea: A High-level Language and Runtime System for Automating Statistical Analysis

Tea: A High-level Language and Runtime System for Automating Statistical Analysis

Here’s an interesting talk by Eunice Jun on a language she’s working on. [Slides] From the video description: Current statistical tools place the burden of... Details