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Nate Silver teaches Bayes' Theorem through his own biography. The two are completely tangled. You should definitely read this book by the wizard who predicts American elections... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Robert Herbison
the content itself is a little boring unless you like analysis of 2008 economy crisis.Published 1 day ago by Yiwen
Sometimes quirky, at other times deeply insightful but always entertaining. A must read if you want to understand the new age of data.Published 5 days ago by bhaswar goswami
Really interesting ideas that you can translate into almost any line of work or business. Great book and totally worth the read.Published 7 days ago by Aaron M.
I would give it more stars except I got lost in it and don't think I will retain much from the book except to remember it was a good book on probability. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kristi Richardson
While the art of predictions is the goal of this book, the tangential material is so extensive that the reader can be forgiven to think this book is about baseball... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Robert S.
i like nate and i love gambling and investing. this book makes you think a LOT only reason no 5 stars is that the average person wont be able to relate to him and he was unwilling... Read morePublished 10 days ago by enjoythis
I’m a trained aerospace engineer and I have always found simulation and modelling of physical systems very fascinating. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Paolo Capoferro