Statistics - The Big Picture
Chapter 1 - Probability
Lesson 17 - Surprise!
PS - feel free to click the 'Awesome Button' whenever you want a morale boost!
The concept of dependence and independence are pretty straightforward, but once you add in the concept of conditional independence and Bayes' Theorem you can soon find yourself completely off balance.
I'm not going to tell you they're easy, because they're not, but take a deep breath, adjust your stance and go again - the more you expose yourself to difficult concepts, the more comfortable you'll become with them.
Click the Awesome Button, smile and feel better about the world!
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