Hands-On-Lab: Implementing Linear Regression with Azure Machine Learning Studio

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Hands-On-Lab: Implementing Linear Regression with Azure Machine Learning Studio

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Here is another popular lab from Hands-On-Lab library: Implementing Linear Regression with Azure Machine Learning Studio.

Linear Regression is a model for predicting values based on independent variable. Linear regression is a common type of statistical method that has several applications in business. A regression analysis involves plotting a line over the set of data points that most closely fits the overall shape of the data. In this lab, we will learn to predict the unknown values using linear regression model. This lab is divided in to two exercises. In the first exercise, we will learn to find the price values of unknown carrots using graph. In the second exercise, we will learn to create the experiment in Azure machine learning studio to perform linear regression.

Exercise 1: Linear Regression
Exercise 2: Creating Experiment in Azure Machine Learning Studio to perform Linear Regression.

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