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Normalize cost-benefit matrix values #1099

merged 7 commits into from Aug 25, 2020

Normalize cost-benefit matrix values #1099

merged 7 commits into from Aug 25, 2020


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@angela97lin angela97lin commented Aug 25, 2020

Closes #1098

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@angela97lin angela97lin marked this pull request as ready for review Aug 25, 2020
@angela97lin angela97lin requested review from dsherry, freddyaboulton, jeremyliweishih, kmax12, bchen1116 and eccabay and removed request for dsherry Aug 25, 2020
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Nice, good call on this! I'd expect no change in ML performance from this, but its a good clarification. The benefit: if a user runs the same cost-benefit on two different training sets, where one has more rows than the other, the cost-benefit scores will have the same bounds.

I left one request for a math clarification.

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@kmax12 kmax12 left a comment

i think we need to update the docs after this change


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angela97lin commented Aug 25, 2020

@kmax12 Thanks for reminding me, updated docs here:

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