Finishing your Bayesian path on Arbital

by Eliezer Yudkowsky Mar 3 2016 updated Aug 4 2016

The page that comes at the end of reading the Arbital Guide to Bayes' rule

[todo: This is currently marking "Bayes' rule: proof" as a requisite. It shouldn't. It should just mark "technical understanding of Bayes' rule" as a requisite, and arbital should figure out that it needs to work a proof in there.]

You've now reached the end of whatever you asked the Bayes' rule guide to explain to you!

If you'd like to join in and help create more math content like this, we'd love to have you!

%%!knows-requisite(Path: Insights from Bayesian updating): If you'd like to keep reading about Bayesian reasoning here on Arbital, there's a couple of less polished pages on real-world insights derived from Bayes' rule — click here to start on a path to learn them.%%

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Thank you!


Patrick LaVictoire

It wasn't obvious to me in the UI whether, if I wanted to give feedback and then continue on to the next linked path, I was supposed to answer the questions and then click the "click here to start on a path to learn them" link, or answer the questions and click the "YES, I GOT THIS" button and then click the new path link, or whether neither would work and I needed to open the new path in a new tab and only then click the "YES, I GOT THIS" button to submit my feedback and move on to yet another page. (It was the second; unknown whether the first would have dropped my feedback.)