Hi everyone, first post here...
I've been trying to get my head around why a likelihood isn't a probability density function. My understanding says that for an event X and a model parameter m:
P(X|m) is a probability density function
P(m|X) is not
It feels like it should be, and I can't find a clear explanation of why it's not. Does it also mean that a Likelihood can take a value greater than 1?
Sorry if this is a stupid question!