Why not any other loss function?

I love the low-level derivations; they always hit different and give you a unique understanding that many people gloss over. Keep this content coming!

Loved the post, can you though explain it in a more intuitive and less technical way, I am sure many people will appreciate it!

Hi

I can try a more visual approach in a future post.

The distribution of y given x comes a bit fast for me. Where does this equation originate from please? P(A/B)=P(A,B) / P(B) = P(A) in case A and B are independent

Which one, Ralf? Sorry didn't get you

I love the low-level derivations; they always hit different and give you a unique understanding that many people gloss over. Keep this content coming!

Loved the post, can you though explain it in a more intuitive and less technical way, I am sure many people will appreciate it!

Hi

I can try a more visual approach in a future post.

The distribution of y given x comes a bit fast for me. Where does this equation originate from please? P(A/B)=P(A,B) / P(B) = P(A) in case A and B are independent

Which one, Ralf? Sorry didn't get you