*Viết tặng mẹ, vì tất cả.*

Mình sinh ra ở một làng quê nhỏ. Đồ dùng học tập nói chung khá thiếu thốn.

Thỉnh thoảng, trong tiết học lịch sử, các tổ phải trình bày một sự kiện hoặc một trận đánh. Để cả lớp nhìn được, thì cần phải…

I just defended my dissertation in mathematics last week. This article is devoted to my mom, who gives me everything.

I grew up in a small village in Vietnam in the early 90s. There were no bookstores in the town, and learning aids were not always available.

Occasionally, in my…

In our previous article, we explained how to use PyMC3 to do Bayesian A/B testing for discrete variables. In this article, we will do the same thing for continuous variables.

This article is structured as follows.

1. An overview of the BEST method (Bayesian supersedes the t-Test) invented by John…

This is another article in a series of articles (see here and here for the other relevant articles) on probabilistic programming in general and PyMC3 in particular. In our previous articles, we explained how PyMC3 helps with statistical inference. In this article, we will solve a classification problem from end…

Disclaimer: This article is strongly influenced by the book Probabilistic-Programming-and-Bayesian-Methods-for-Hackers. Our main contribution is, perhaps, the expository style-which we hope will benefit the beginners to either probabilistic programming or A/B testing or maybe both. …

**Introduction**

We often hear something like this on weather forecast programs: the chance of raining tomorrow is 80%. What does that mean? …