What is the Bayes formula for P(A|B,X) if X are some observations using which I want to model P(A|X) and P(B|X) Is this correct? P(A|B,C) = P(A|X) * P(B|A,X) / P(B|X)
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Originally Posted by robustor What is the Bayes formula for P(A|B,X) if X are some observations using which I want to model P(A|X) and P(B|X)Is this correct P(A|B,C) = P(A|X) * P(B|A,X) / P(B|X) Please explain what the notation means? Or at least, how is it read?
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