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Lecture 1 and 2

Page history last edited by mike@mbowles.com 10 years, 9 months ago

The material for the first lecture comes from "Elements of Statistical Learning" chapters 2 and 3.  We're also using professor Robert Tibshirani's lecture notes for stats 315a.  Here's a link to Professor Tibshirani's web page for those slides.  http://www-stat.stanford.edu/~tibs/stat315a.html "Overview of Supervised Learning" through "Least angle regression and the lasso" 

 

The r-scripts for the examples covered in the lecture are on this web site. 

 

mixSim.R

Prostate.R

larsESLCh3fig10.R

 

References:

 

     Professor Hastie's 1997 lecture notes on linear model: paper with example in r

     Lars: notes paper  example

 

     To generate the curve given as figure 3.10 in the ESL text larsESLCh3fig10.R

 

     Professor Brad Efron's original LARS paper is located at

     http://www-stat.stanford.edu/~hastie/Papers/LARS/LeastAngle_2002.pdf

 

    Andrew Ng's lecture on linear regression ... he gives details for taking the derivatives

Examples:

 

Homework: Homework01.pdf   Check out the leaps package

 

 

Link to Recorded Lecture 1&2

 

Part 1: https://datamining.webex.com/datamining/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=106205227&rKey=36a27c21f518b547

 

Part 2: https://datamining.webex.com/datamining/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=106205237&rKey=638d844e8ead8813

 

Software Links:

 

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