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can someone help with explaining bayes theory?
The probability of a hypothesis H conditional on a given body of data E is the ratio of the unconditional probability of the conjunction of the hypothesis with the data to the unconditional probability of the data alone.
can you explain it more with an example
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/BayesTheorem.htmlThis explain's it more in depth