This post is about the paper Yes, but Did It Work?: Evaluating Variational Inference by Yuling Yao, Aki Vehtari, Daniel Simpson, Andrew Gelman, which will appear at ICML 2018. I'm going to try to summarise/explain the paper in my own words, largely for my own benefit. I'm ...
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