Bayes may refer to:

  • Thomas Bayes (1702–1761), British mathematician, statistician and religious leader
  • Bayesian probability
  • Bayes' theorem, a result in probability theory
  • Bayes estimator, a statistical estimator that minimizes the average risk
  • Gilbert Bayes (1872–1953), British sculptor
  • Nora Bayes (1880–1928), American singer and actress

Other articles related to "bayes":

Random Naive Bayes - Naive Bayes Classifier
... The naive Bayes classifier is a probabilistic classifier simplifying Bayes' theorem by naively assuming class conditional independence ... posterior probabilities, the ordered probabilities of Naive Bayes result in a classification performance comparable to that of classification trees and neural ... Notwithstanding Naive Bayes' popularity due to its simplicity combined with high accuracy and speed, its conditional independence assumption rarely holds ...
Mark Bayes
... Mark Bayes (born 15 March 1967) was an Australian rules footballer who played for the Sydney Swans between 1985 and 1998 ... Originally from Noble Park, Bayes kicked 174 goals in his 246 games for the Swans ... Bayes usually played in defence but was capable of going forward and had an accurate left foot kick ...
Bayes Linear Statistics - Example
... In Bayes linear statistics, the probability model is only partially specified, and it is not possible to calculate conditional probability by Bayes' rule ... Instead Bayes linear suggests the calculation of an Adjusted Expectation ... To conduct a Bayes linear analysis it is necessary to identify some values that you expect to know shortly by making measurements D and some future value which you would like to know B ...
Statistical Proof - Bayes Theorem
... Main article Bayes theorem See also Evidence under Bayes theorem Bayesian statistics are based on a different philosophical approach for proof of inference ... The mathematical formula for Bayes's theorem is The formula is read as the probability of the parameter (or hypothesis =h, as used in the notation on axioms) “given” the data (or empirical ... Hypotheses can be compared using Bayesian inference by means of the Bayes factor, which is the ratio of the posterior odds to the prior odds ...