A theorem in probability named after Reverend Thomas Bayes (1702-1761). It is used to refer to a philosophy of statistics that treats probability statements as having degrees of belief, in contrast to classical or Frequentist statistics that regards probability strictly as being based on frequencies of occurrence of events.

Source: (CIOMS VI: Clinical trial safety information 2005)


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