Category: Methods

Bagging in Machine Learning Guide 0

Bagging in Machine Learning Guide

Bagging in Machine Learning, when the link between a group of predictor variables and a response variable is linear, we can model the relationship using methods like multiple linear regression. When the link is...

Decision tree regression and Classification 0

Decision tree regression and Classification

Decision tree regression and Classification, Multiple linear regression can yield reliable predictive models when the connection between a group of predictor variables and a response variable is linear. Random forest machine learning Introduction »...

Conditional Mean in R 0

Conditional Mean in R with examples

Conditional Mean in R, to calculate a conditional mean in R, use the following syntax. mean(data[data$Name == ‘India’, ‘points’]) For every row in the data frame where the ‘Name’ column equals ‘India,’ this calculates...

Compare Strings in R 0

How to Compare Strings in R with examples

In R, you can compare strings using the following methods. Comparing Two Strings Approach 1:- Suppose you are looking for a case-sensitive comparison string1 == string2 In another case -insensitive comparison tolower(string1) == tolower(string2)...

match Function in R 0

match Function in R with examples

match Function in R, The position of the first match between two objects is returned by the match() function in R. The following is the fundamental syntax for this function. match (object1, object2) The...