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Hey #econtwitter- I'm helping put together a tip sheet re computational tools for structural IO, including notes on when some languages/solvers are better than others. I don't use python for optimization but I know lots of ppl do. Any chance y'all could lend some tips? Example 👇
A few other things that it'd be great to have a 1-liner explaining (w/ links to more):
-How to evaluate trade-offs re Analytical Derivatives vs Numerical Differentiation vs Auto Differentiation
-When to impose optimizer constraints via transformation -- e.g., mapping [0,1] -> R
Here's my draft so far. Plz send more tips/correct any errors.
I wrote a bit about R too.
What are some downsides of python? @conlon_chris @alex_peys
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