Learn about the least squares criterion, fitting linear models, tilde formula notation, intercept, main terms, interaction terms, and grand and group means.
- [Instructor] To demonstrate how we fit…a model to data in Python,…we go back to the Gapminder data set.…You first load packages.…(computer keys clicking)…Disregard this warning, which is basically meant…for package maintainers.…I have already prepared code…to select Gapminder data from year 1985,…the year of Live Aid,…and to make a scatter plot of child survivor rates…versus babies per woman using colors to denote regions…and dot sizes to express populations.…
Let's try it out.…(computer keys clicking)…We fit models using the very powerful…Python package, Statsmodels.…We will only scratch the surface of what Statsmodels can do…and we will default to its OLS method.…OLS stands for ordinary least squares.…Least squares means that models are fit…by minimizing the sum of square differences…between model predictions and observations.…Furthermore, ordinary here means that the model coefficients…appear lineally in the model formulas.…
That is, they multiply explanatory variables…or functions of explanatory variables.…But, do not worry too much about these technical details.…
- Installing and setting up Python
- Importing and cleaning data
- Visualizing data
- Describing distributions and categorical variables
- Using basic statistical inference and modeling techniques
- Bayesian inference
Skill Level Intermediate
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