Probability Theory

### Better-Than-Random Decisions in Uninformed Settings

Two envelopes with different amounts of money in them. Choose the better one with a higher chance than fifty-fifty!

Probability Theory

Two envelopes with different amounts of money in them. Choose the better one with a higher chance than fifty-fifty!

Statistics

How a statistical test used to uncover tax frauds may help us find an explanation to a long-standing puzzle in particle physics

Statistics

On the day I was introduced to Huber loss by Michal Fabinger, the very first thing that came to my mind was the question: “How did someone joined these two functions in a mathematical way?”. Apart from that, the usage of Huber loss was pretty straightforward to understand when he

Mathematical Modelling

To determine the position of a particle can be a very challenging task. The obvious way is to look at it and see where it is at that time. However, as one can expect, measuring the position of a particle at every instance of time is very difficult (impossible). (A

Statistics

Part 2: Mixture Models

Probability Theory

Part 1: How to best fit a Gaussian

Chaos Theory

Since existence, humans have been trying to predict the weather. Early methods looked to astrology and the lunar phases. Even the Bible contains references to Jesus deciphering local weather patterns!

Statistics

A statistics lesson that can help you protect your valuables

Applied Statistics

Information is never without uncertainty

Applied Statistics

You guess all 20 questions on your multiple-choice exam. What are the chances that you pass?

Statistics

A simpler way of visualising and observing Benford’s Law through the powers of two

Bayesian Statistics

A single, basic example: fully explained.