An Analytics Education for All. Unraveling the Mystery Behind Big Data and Analytics Regression is still one of the most widely used predictive methods. If you are unfamiliar with Linear Regression, check out my:Linear Regression using Excellesson. It will explain the more of the math behind what we are doing here. This lesson is focused […]

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A Simple Linear Regression fits a line to data points with two dimensions. It does this by defining and then minimizing a cost function. One of the most common methods used is ordinary least squares (OLS), which minimizes the square of the residuals of a line plotted against the data points. The line of a […]

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In this tutorial, we will be building a basic linear regression that will indicate if there is a positive or negative relationship between two variables. A linear regression is a good tool for quick predictive analysis: for example, the price of a house depends on a myriad of factors, such as its size or its […]

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I have been looking into using Python for basic statistical analyses lately and I decided to write a short example about fitting linear regression models usingstatsmodels-library. This example usesstatsmodelsversion 0.5 from github and well use the new formula API which makes fitting the models very familiar for R users. Youll also needNumpyPandasandmatplolib. The analysis has […]

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Penalized Linear Regression in Python Date:This event took place live on October 22 2014 Description:Watch the webcast recording Linear regression is a basic tool for data analysis and with the invention of Lasso and Elastic Nets in the late 1990s, it has become even more powerful. In this webcast, learn how to use Ipython notebooks […]

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libraries are frequently used when it comes to generating regression output. While these libraries are frequently used in regression analysis, it is often the case that a user might choose different libraries depending on the data in question, among other considerations. Here, we will go through how to use each of the above to generate […]

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This tutorial covers regression analysis using thePython StatsModelspackage withQuandl integration. For motivational purposes, here is what we are working towards: a regression analysis program which receives multiple data-set names from , automatically downloads the data, analyses it, and plots the results in a new window. Actual outputs, Perform a regression analysis of the past 350 weekly prices of YHOO […]

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Predicting Housing Prices with Linear Regression using Python, pandas, and statsmodels Predicting Housing Prices with Linear Regression using Python, pandas, and statsmodels In this post, well walk through building linear regression models to predict housing prices resulting from economic activity. Topics covered will include: Future posts will cover related topics such as exploratory analysis, regression […]

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Molecular Organisation and Assembly in Cells Chemistry with Scientific Writing (MSc) Scientific Research and Communication (MSc) Using Python (and R) to calculate Linear Regressions You might also be interested in my page on doingRank Correlationswith Python and/or R. This page demonstrates three different ways to calculate a linear regression from python: Pure Python – Gary […]

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Machine Learning, Data Science, R, Python and stuff So linear regression seem to be a nice place to start which should lead nicely on to logistic regression. Ive been given some tutorials/files to work through written for R, well based on my previous post (R vs Matlab vs Python) I decided to have a go at […]

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density shows the amount of material dissolved in the wine.alcohol the alcohol content of the wine. quality the average quality rating (1-10) given to the wine.(1 – 10fixed acidity,volatile acidity,citric acid,residual sugar,chlorides,free sulfur dioxide,total sulfur dioxide,density,pH,sulphates,alcohol,quality 7,0.27,0.36,20.7,0.045,45,170,1.001,3,0.45,8.8,6 6.3,0.3,0.34,1.6,0.049,14,132,0.994,3.3,0.49,9.5,6 slopecov(x,y)x[code] The wine quality data is loaded into wine_quality from numpy import cov slope_density = cov(wine_quality[density], wine_quality[quality])[0, […]

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Connect the Dots: Linear and Logistic Regression in Excel, Python and R Build Robust Linear Models in Excel, R, & Python We want you to be happy with every course you purchase! If youre unsatisfied for any reason, we will issue a store credit refund within 15 days of purchase. Linear Regression is a powerful […]

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Linear Regression Python while (i100 and loss0.0001): theta[k] = learning_rate*(error_sum)*matrix[j][k] print *******%d iter******* %(i) print theta now:%f,%f\n %(theta[0],theta[1]) loss = (total-result[j])*(total-result[j]) print loss now : %f\n %(loss) while (i100 and loss 0.001): j = random.randint(0,99) or random.choice(result) %4 theta[k] = 0.01*(error_sum)*matrix[j][k] print ****%d iter**** \n %(i) print theta[0]:%f , theta[1]:%f \n %(theta[0],theta[1]) loss = (total-result[j])*(total-result[j]) […]

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…to embark upon a hazardous and technically unexplainable journey into the outer stratosphere of data science. I learn best by doing and teaching. And while Python has some excellent packages available for linear regression (like Statsmodels or Scikit-learn), I wanted to understand the intuition behind ordinary least squares (OLS) linear regression. How is the best […]

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This Python utility provides implementations of bothLinearandLogistic RegressionusingGradient Descent, these algorithms are commonly used in Machine Learning. The utility analyses a set of data that you supply, known as thetraining set, which consists of multiple data items ortraining examples. Each training example must contain one or more input values, and one output value. The utility […]

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