Uninformative priors

Date created: 2022-07-19

These are useful when you don’t have strong prior experience of an outcome.

For example, expecting every proportion of winning tickets in a lottery to be equally likely. We might not know if the lottery has 1%, 10%, 50% or 100% winning tickets.


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