\begin{equation} P(B=b | D=d) = P(D=d|B=b) P(B=b) k \end{equation}

where, \(P(B=b | D=d)\) is your “posterior”; \(P(D=d|B=b)\) is your likelyhood; and \(P(B=b)\) is your prior.

\begin{equation} P(B=b | D=d) = P(D=d|B=b) P(B=b) k \end{equation}

where, \(P(B=b | D=d)\) is your “posterior”; \(P(D=d|B=b)\) is your likelyhood; and \(P(B=b)\) is your prior.