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I got an error "'NoneType' object has no attribute 'reset_counters'"

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When I use TransportMaps for hidden Markov model, I got an error "AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'reset_counters'" when I run  push_R0_rho.minimize_kl_divergence(). The thing is that if all the observations are not missing value, then the error didn't appear. But when the observation has some missing value, for example, y[1] = None, then the error occur. Where is the problem?
asked Feb 9, 2019 in usage by prowxian (2 points)

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Hi, sorry for the long delay. Let me try to reproduce the problem. Are you working on any example provided with the software or your own?

I just run step by step the code provided here with TransportMaps version 2.0b2 and it works also with missing observations.

Please let me know which version you are using and a minimum working example.


answered Feb 9, 2019 by dabi (307 points)
edited Feb 9, 2019 by dabi


Thanks for the help. I'm using version2.0b2. I also run the code in tutorial "Sequential inference via low-dimensional couplings", but I set y[1]=none. Then I get the error " AttributeError: 'NoneType' " when running 

    pull_Q_pi0, qtype=qtype, qparams=qparams,
    tol=tol, ders=ders)
for pushing forward N(0,I) to the first Markov component.
Thanks a lot for the help!