On Marginal Likelihood and Cross-Validation

Here’s a paper someone has pointed me to, along the lines of “everything that works, works because it’s Bayesian”:Edwin Fong, Chris Holmes (2019) On the marginal likelihood and cross-validationI found this paper to be lacking on the accessibility front, mostly owing to the fact that it is a mixture of two somewhat related but separate things:(A) a simple-in-hindsight and c

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Scala Coursera Highlights

I recently completed the Functional Programming Principles in Scala course on Coursera. Along the way, I learned some interesting things ranging from small tidbits to major language features. I’m going to use this post as a chance to highlight and review my favorite things that I learned about Scala from the course.

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