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Jan. 31, 2022, 3:03 p.m. | /u/the75th

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A reasonable amount of my degree was 'advanced' Bayesian methods like LS-SVMs, gaussian processes and various kinds of graphical models: DAGs, Markov networks and their combinations. I've honestly never ever bothered using any of these in my career for two reasons:

  1. Most of the material was just math and the little code was in MATLAB and just haven't committed to learning STAN or pymc3. *
  2. Main reason: Up til now I've always been in consulting and I will …

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