Week |
Chapter |
Contents |
43 | 0, 1, 2:1-6 | Introduction. Simple linear regression, diagnostics. |
44 | 4, 5:1-4, 6:1-2, 8:1-3 | Multiple regression, diagnostics and testing. |
45 | 14, 23, 9:1 + notes | Dummy variables, ANCOVA, Model selection. |
46 | 11, 15 + notes | Model Selection criteria |
47 | 26 + notes | Bootstrap. Cross-validation. |
48 | 16:1-4, 17 | Regularized regression |
49 | 9:2-3, 9:5, 18 | Weighted Least Squares, Non-linear models, Generalized linear models. In-class presentations |
50 - Dec 16 | Final Exam |
Week |
Notes and handouts |
43 | Lecture 1 , Lecture 2 , Demo 1 |
44 | Lecture 3 , Lecture 4 |
45 | Lecture 5 , ldldemo.r Run demo - read the comments in the file, ldldata The data file Stepwise backward model selection to try on the LDL data: add this line of code to the ldldemo.r file: print(step(mm1b)). This eliminates one variable at a time until a criterion AIC is minimized, then it stops. We will get to AIC next lecture, but for now think about it as something similar to doing a backward F-test. |
46 | Lecture 7 - recap , Lecture 7 - model selection. |
47 | Lecture 9a - indicator variables, Lecture 9b - crossvalidation The full pollution data , Exploring the full pollution data, Model selection code, The code that runs model selection several times. |
48 | Lecture 11 - CART , CART demo on cars data , cars data for CART demo Lecture 12 - logistic regression , demo code , the wine data |
49 | Lecture 13 - regularized regression , demo code , the cars data |
Week |
Labs and data links |
43 | Lab 1 R-tutorial. No report due. |
44 | Lab 2 Least Squares part 1. Report due Nov 16. |
45 | |
46 | |
47 | Lab 3 Least Squares part 2. Report due Dec 7. A bit of code to get started , The prostate cancer training data |
48 | |
49 |
The exam takes place on Dec 16. Room: To be announced.
The exam is open-book and open notes.
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