Wacky regression

September 23, 2015 — May 2, 2019

I used to maintain a list of regression methods that were almost nonparametric, but as fun as that category was I was not actually using it, so I broke it apart into more conventional categories.

See bagging and bosting methods, neural networks, functional data analysis, Gaussian process regression and randomised regression.

1 References

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