HW11Chapter5.pdf - Act Sci 654 – Regression and Time Series for Actuaries Homework#11 Due Saturday at 6pm Watching and Reading • Remember the

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Act Sci 654 – Regression and Time Series for Actuaries Homework #11 Due: Saturday November 23, 2019 at 6pm Watching and Reading Remember the Regression Book companion website. Read Frees Chapters 6 and 7. The final covers Chapters 1 to 7 inclusive, except for Stepwise regression. The final is Friday 12/13/2019, from 12:25pm to 2:25 pm in room 1280 Grainger. Project Key Dates Item Key Dates Partners named & Potential Project Ideas Sunday Sept. 29 Project Update 2 Thursday Oct 17 Project Update 3 Project Due Date Sunday Dec 8 by 11:59pm The last week of class will be devoted to your project presentations. Presentations by group are 12 minutes including questions. Presentations will consist of you: - Defining the purpose of the study - The data source and motivating variables - The final model - Residual plots - Final critique Presentation order chosen by random draw: Group Day/Date Cassie, Savannah, Beatrice Mon Dec 9 Kal, Matthew O., Dusty, Sherry Mon Dec 9 Brad, Michael D., Stan Mon Dec 9 Jack Lin, Tom, Jolene Mon Dec 9 Nick, Dylan, Mitch Mon Dec 9 —————————- ————- Taylor & Eric Wed Dec 11 Gunnar, Matt L., Mike R. Wed Dec 11 David, Jack Loch, Matt P. Wed Dec 11 Joe, Jae, Mark Wed Dec 11 Homework to be Turned In: We extend the comparison between models using the MyMEPS data that we used in class. The code to clean the data and create the in-sample and out-of-sample is provided at the end of this document. For the following models: + log.OffExp on Age + Male + Uninsured + log.OffExp on Poverty + Uninsured + log.OffExp on PovNP + Uninsured + log.OffExp on Age + Male + PovNP + UnEmploy + Uninsured + log.OffExp on Poverty + Uninsured + Exercise + SeatBelt 1
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1. Summarize the missing data in the data set. How many observations are not missing any data? How do you interpret the results of the aggr() function in the VIM package? (See the R in Action book or
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