In the past, a method for parameter estimation was covered, named maximum likelihood estimation (MLE). If you want to know more about it, visit the following blog post. There is another parameter estimation method that it's worth mentioning. It's called maximum a posteriori, shortened by MAP. To see how that works we'll revisit the Bayes' … Continue reading Maximum a posteriori with Tensorflow

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# Maximum likelihood estimation with Tensorflow

We are given a data set and we are told to model its distribution. But, how to proceed? A reasonable first step would be to plot in a histogram the distribution of values. After looking at the histogram, you recognize its shape. It looks like a Normal, or... maybe it's a Gamma distribution? Maximum likelihood … Continue reading Maximum likelihood estimation with Tensorflow