We saw some new things in the logistic regression example, let’s try to understand them a bit more. Sigmoid or s-curve Let’s start with the S-curve. Imagine that your car battery has been giving you trouble, especially when the weather gets colder. Being the awesome data nerd you are, you start collecting data and see […]

Classification with logistic regression

Linear regression is great for finding continuous dependent variables but what if we wanted to classify the data in categories or classes instead? When we come across this type of situation, we can look at logistic regression. which limits the output between 0 and 1, helping us assign them into specific classes. Let’s continue to […]