Beginner’s Notes on Linear Regression

ELIF, Explain it like I’m 5 version

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This article is a simple summary of my notes on Linear Regression; explain it like I’m 5 version.

Linear Regression is a foundational machine learning algorithm, which is supervised — meaning we know what the data represents. It is used to model the relationship between two or more things, i.e., one or more…




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