# Looking at Bayes’ Theorem 2

Quick followup to the previous post, now with an interactive SVG plot
(SVG is cool!). EDIT: For some reason, a combination of wordpress and both Safari and Firefox dislike my SVG. Click on the link above or the image below to interact with the plot:

$P(A)$ is the probability that a person is a drug user, $P(B|\tilde{} A)$ is the false positive rate, $P(B|A)$ is the “true positive”, or coverage, and $P(A|B)$ is the
chance the person that tested positive actually did drugs (which is
what we were after)