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comment pymc - after running the model, priors are outside their support?
ipython notebook. we did discover that setting Metropolis as the step function, i.e. mc.use_step_method(pymc.Metropolis, xbeta, proposal_distribution='Prior') solves that problem. So probably some bug in the library itself.
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comment pymc - after running the model, priors are outside their support?
Thanks! - here's a simplified model that recreates that problem for me (sort of a SIR model) - gist.github.com/rouli/1ed077f5aa64a4720857 Surely, I misunderstand something :(
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comment Weighted logistic regression in Python
supported by Olivier Grisel twitter.com/ogrisel/status/476367379413610497
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comment Data structure: insert, remove, contains, get random element, all at O(1)
@aamadmi - well, in Java I guess it should. In pseudo-code, contains should work just fine :)
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comment Debugging iPhone traffic using Charles Proxy Socks feature?
@prem - nope, sorry.
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comment pyOpenSSL set_cipher_list does not have effect on traffic
In SSL it's the other way around. The client proposes, and server chooses one. Since I'm working on the server side, I expect it to choose the suite I "hint" it to use.
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