Bayes's Theorem is not Optional

This post tackles something that has bothered me for a while. What does it mean to be a "Bayesian" or a "Frequentist"? Are we choosing sides, like we choose political parties? If so, why does statistics leave room for personal preference? The author has this to say: "You don't have to be a Bayesian to use Bayes's Theorem. Most probability problems have a single solution considered correct under any interpretation of probability and statistics." 👍 👍


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