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Logistic Regression in Python Using Rodeo What is Logistic Regression? Logistic Regression is a statistical technique capable of predicting a binary outcome. It's a well-known strategy widely used in disciplines ranging from credit and finance to medicine to criminology and other social sciences. @tachyeonz

A Primer on Logistic Regression – Part I | CleverTap Blog

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What is Logistic Regression? Logistic Regression is a statistical technique…

Deep Learning Tutorial part 1/3: Logistic Regression - Lazy Programmer

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Analyze Your Experiment with a Multilevel Logistic Regression using PyMC3​

Analyze Your Experiment with a Multilevel Logistic Regression using PyMC3 Note: In this post I assume some familiarity with PyMC. If you need to get up to speed in a hurry and youre familiar with linear regression go here for a tutorial. @tachyeonz

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Google Just Open Sourced the Artificial Intelligence Engine at the Heart of Its Online Empire

Google Just Open Sourced TensorFlow, Its Artificial Intelligence Engine

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MS becomes more mouse-like Johnson MC Pierson ER Spieker AJ Nielsen AS Posso S Kita M Buckner JH Goverman JM.Distinct T cell signatures define subsets of patients with multiple sclerosis.Neurol Neuroimmunol Neuroinflamm. 2016;3(5):e278. doi: 10.1212/NXI.0000000000000278. eCollection 2016 Oct. OBJECTIVE. We investigated T cell responses to myelin proteins in the blood of healthy controls and 2 groups of patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) who exhibited lesions either…

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Simplifying ML: Logistic regression – Part 2

Logistic regression is another class of Machine Learning algorithms which comes under supervised learning. In this regression technique we need to classify data. Take a look at my earlier post Simplifying Machine Learning algorithms - Part 1 I had discussed linear regression. For e.g if we had data on tumor sizes versus the fact that…

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