Posterior Probability Distribution from Geometric DistributionSuppose an experimenter believes that p ∼ U n i...
Posterior Probability Distribution from Geometric Distribution
Suppose an experimenter believes that is the chance of success on any given experiment. The experimenter then tries the experiment over and over until the experiment is a success. This number of trials will be .
How can you find the distribution of [p∣G]? Do you use Bayes' Theorem?