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Kernel Regression

By Kardi Teknomo, PhD.

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In linear regression analysis, you have data set that you know that the underlying phenomena behind that data are linear and you get the linear approximation line of your data. Now, if your data is clearly non-linear and you want to find a fitting function that is smooth and approximate your data locally, then you can try Kernel Regression. In this tutorial, you will learn how to perform Kernel regression using only spreadsheet (MS Excel) to do the regression. No macro programming is necessary. The spreadsheet companion of this tutorial can be downloaded here.

The topic of the tutorial is as follow

What is Kernel regression?

Kernel Bandwidth

Kernel Basis Function

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Teknomo, Kardi (2007) Kernel Regression http://people.revoledu.com/kardi/tutorial/Regression/KernelRegression/

 


 

 
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