Month: October 2015

Some Initial Thoughts on using Least Median of Absolute Deviation for my Data Mining to Reduce Problems with Outliers

A while back I wrote on this blog a “cry for help” about some different forms of linear regression…  which given the fact that it was a kind of deep topic in statistics and most of my friends and colleagues are not uber statistics nerds, I didn’t really get any replies…  But I have persevered, and continued to dive in on my own, because as Khan Academy puts it, struggling with ideas improves the brain like lifting weights.

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