If you have never taken a statistics inference class, you may think the second statement is just a paraphrase of the first. In fact, the difference is profound. This boils down to two opposite ideologies about probability: frequentist and Bayesian. The Bayesian defines probability as a "belief." A belief can be strong or weak, and is modified continuously as new evidence emerges.
Nov-10-2019, 19:38:00 GMT