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Function for the Normal Loss Function L(z)
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Function for the Normal Loss Function L(z)
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I am pretty new to Python and my algorithm is working with the Normal loss function L(z)

L(z)=ϕ(z)−z(1−Φ(z))

I have "z" as an input and need "L(z)" as an output.

A table of that looks like this:

[Image: tH8u6.png]

Does a package exist which provides a function to do so? What is the name of the package and function?
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You can use SciPy package, it includes ϕ(z) and Φ(z) functions (normal probability density and its cumulative distribution function), so you can easily define
L(z) using them.
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