Hypotheses

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Sensory evidence and prior assumptions contribute to decisions and to perception. Within a Bayesian framework, a decision or outcome involves probabilities being multipied together, which is not part of the ideas described in these pages (e.g. here). This section on hypotheses explores some simple examples to illustrate the similarities to and differences from a Bayesian approach.