[R] Reduced Error Logistic Regression, and R?
Roy.Mendelssohn at noaa.gov
Thu Apr 26 04:49:21 CEST 2007
I don't know about the claims, but I do know about this:
> Recent News: January 31, 2007. St. Louis, MO - Rice Analytics
> applied for a U.S. patent this week on a generalized form of
> Reduced Error Logistic Regression. This generalized form allows
> repeated measures, multilevel, and survival designs that include
> individual level estimates. None of these capabilities were
> possible with the previously disclosed formulation which also had
> limited application because it could only be applied to models
> where all variables had no missing observations
This is a very bad trend in science and statistics, IMHO.
On Apr 25, 2007, at 7:29 PM, Tim Churches wrote:
> This news item in a data mining newsletter makes various claims for
> a technique called "Reduced Error Logistic Regression": http://
> In brief, are these (ambitious) claims justified and if so, has
> this technique been implemented in R (or does anyone have any plans
> to do so)?
> Tim C
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