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How to Train Novices in Bayesian Reasoning

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Büchter, Theresa ; Eichler, Andreas ; Steib, Nicole ; Binder, Karin ; Böcherer-Linder, Katharina ; Krauss, Stefan ; Vogel, Markus
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Bayesian Reasoning is both a fundamental idea of probability and a key model in applied sciences for evaluating situations of uncertainty. Bayesian Reasoning may be defined as the dealing with, and understanding of, Bayesian situations. This includes various aspects such as calculating a conditional probability (performance), assessing the effects of changes to the parameters of a formula on the ...


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