In Part 2 of this series on Linear Regression I will pull a data-set of house sale prices and “features” from Kaggle and explore the data in a Jupyter notebook with pandas and seaborn. We will extract a good subset of data to use for our example analysis of the linear regression algorithms.
Linear regression could possibly be considered the “Hello World” problem of Machine Learning. It’s implementation touches on many of the fundamental ideas and problems in this field. I’ll give you some guidance for understanding and implementation of this fundamental idea.
This is the start of a series of posts on Machine Learning and Data Science. I’ll be exploring the algorithms and tools of Machine Learning and Data Science. It will be tutorials, guides, how-to, reviews and “real world” application. The post will be done using Juypter notebooks and the notebooks will be available on GitHub.