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Originally published in Queue vol. 16, no. 3
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Abhinav Maurya | Mon, 30 Jul 2018 22:56:12 UTC

I believe this article has some flaws. I have written a rejoinder at https://ahmaurya.quora.com/On-the-Interpretability-of-Linear-Regression-Rejoinder-to-The-Mythos-of-Model-Interpretability tl;dr "The paper's claims against the interpretability of linear models are based on evidence that is incorrect and lacks crucial context from disciplines other than computer science. It potentially stems from the simplistic view that computer science has of linear regression as just a prediction machine."


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