[R] Scripts from The Elements of Statistical Learning book
manugen at gmail.com
Wed Mar 10 23:46:05 CET 2010
Thank you Ralf. I am starting with these things (just a couple of weeks). I
have a data base with temperature records of 90 consecutive days (along the
year) affecting the fertility (0 or 1) of animals and I want to identify
what set of temperatures have more negative effect and what is the magnitude
of that effect. Since temperature records of are highly correlated (more if
days are close), in a first attempt I decided to used a ridge regression
procedure. However, I would like to find another options and compared
Once I have chosen the days, I will try to identify differences on the
responses of each animal.
So my initial purpose is to find different options that could help me to
solve that problem.
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