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Regression Models for Data Science in R
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  • Title: Regression Models for Data Science in R
  • Author(s) Brian Caffo
  • Publisher: Leanpub
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  • eBook: PDF
  • Language: English
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The ideal reader for this book will be quantitatively literate and has a basic understanding of statistical concepts and R programming. The student should have a basic understanding of statistical inference such as contained in https://leanpub.com/LittleInferenceBook/.

The book gives a rigorous treatment of the elementary concepts of Regression Models from a practical perspective. After reading the book and watching the associated videos, students will be able to perform multivariable regression models and understand their interpretations.

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