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May 10, 2022, 3:07 p.m. | Patrick Altmeyer

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Explaining models trained in Julia, Python and R through counterfactuals

Turning a 9 (nine) into a 4 (four). Image by author.

Counterfactual explanations, which I introduced in one of my previous posts, offer a simple and intuitive way to explain black-box models without opening them. Still, as of today there exists only one open-source library that provides a unifying approach to generate and benchmark counterfactual explanations for models built and trained in Python (Pawelczyk et al. 2021). This is …

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