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For more accuracy while fitting a linear model, we drop the input variables/features which are not significant(i.e pvalue>0.05) and whose variation inflation factor is greater than 5,I have landed up in a case where both input variables are highly correlated with each other and significant too,so which one should I drop?
If the p value of a specific independent variable is less than 0.05 then it is considered to be a statistically significant variable. How to extract these variables from the dataset using Python ?
Why is scaling for numeric variables done before splitting it into a train & test dataset?
Why do we need an intercept in a linear regression model? If we use statsmodel.OLS do we need to add the intercept explicitly and how do we do it?
I was working on Dataset of Insurance in Python it had both categorical and numeric variables. For fitting a linear regression model I did the conversion of categorical to dummy variable, did scaling of whole data frame afterwards, after splitting training and testing data and, fitting model on training data, I found that VIF of… Continue reading Linear regression with multiple variables
Why do we need to add a constants column with the independent variables while doing logistic regression?
In Linear Regression, if the p-value of the f-stat is < 0.05 we reject the H0 and accept the Ha. Which means we know that at least one variable has a coefficient greater than zero. For individual variables, we consider the variable to be statistically significant if the p-value<0.05. Why this is so?
How do I know if my model is Overfitting or Underfitting?
How can I make the program ask for valid inputs instead of crashing when non-sensible data is entered?