Patel 1
Problem 5:
(A) Fit a logistic regression model that uses income and balance to predict default.
library(ISLR)
set.seed(1)
glm.fit=glm(default~income+balance,data=Default, family=binomial)
(B) Using the validation set approach, estimate the test er
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Looking at data: distributions - Displaying distributions with graphs
IPS chapter 1.1
2006 W.H. Freeman and Company Rev. 2006 T.F. Devlin
Outline (Chapter 1.1)
Introduction
Looking at categorical variables
Bar graphs
Looking at quantitat
Organizing a Statistical Problem
The Four Step Process
The Four-Step Process
STATE the practical, real-world problem FORMULATE: What specific statistical operations are called for? SOLVE: Make graphs and carry out the necessary calculations. CON
Organizing a Statistical Problem
The Four Step Process
The Four-Step Process
STATE the practical, real-world problem FORMULATE: What specific statistical operations are called for? SOLVE: Make graphs and carry out the necessary calculations. CON
Answers to some problems in IPS5e Chapter 1 80. 92. 94. a. 0.25 a 0.9678 b. 0.50. b. 0.0322 c. 0.7454 d. 0.7132
a. 0.84 (This is the 20th percentile of the standard Normal distribution.) b. 0.52 (This is the 70th percentile of the standard Normal di
Answers to Assignment 1 1.36. Formulate: Use JMP to construct a histogram. Describe the shape, center and spread with an appropriate numerical summary. Use the 1.5 * IQR rule of thumb to determine whether there are any outliers.
Solve: Conclusion: T