# Small List of Gigantic Books for Summer Reading!

Some people like "light" beach reading during the summer. I prefer sinking my teeth into a massive, challenging and summer long book. Here are a few of my favorites.

Read MoreSome people like "light" beach reading during the summer. I prefer sinking my teeth into a massive, challenging and summer long book. Here are a few of my favorites.

Read MoreConfused by Hypothesis tesing used in A/B Tests? In this post we take a look at building an A/B from scratch the Bayesian way!

Read MoreLearn about Bayes Factor by recreated the famous Voight-Kampff test from the movie Blade Runner.

Read MoreWe've already looked at Bayesian Parameter Estimation, now we'll learn how to use Prior Probabilities in our Parameter Estimation to get better results.

Read MoreDiscover the fundamental of Bayesian Parameter estimation. Learn to use the Probability Density Function, Cumulative Distribution Function and Quantile Function to estimate unknown values in our data.

Read MoreMany people find the ideas of Expectation and Variance confusing. In part this is because the way we view these concepts changes as our understanding grows in sophistication. In this post we'll look at the way these definitions change from their basic High School intro to the view of Rigorous Probability Theory.

Read MoreLearn about Discrete and Continuous probability distributions as well as the types of questions that they can both answers. This post also discusses the relationship between the Binomial and Beta distributions.

Read MoreMonte Carlo simulations are very fun to write and can be incredibly useful for solving ticky math problems. In this post we explore how to write six very useful Monte Carlo simulations in R to get you thinking about how to use them on your own.

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