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Regression Modeling Involves Art, Science, and Poetry Too
Bruce Ratner, Ph.D.
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The statistician's utterance "regression modeling involves art and science" implies a mix of a skill acquired by experience (art), and a technique that reflects a precise application of fact or principle (science). I assert the trilogy of art, science, and concrete poetry. With concrete poetry, the poet's intent is conveyed by graphic patterns of symbols (e.g., a regression equation) rather than by the conventional arrangement of words. Thus, I put forth a metrical modelogue to introduce the machine-learning technique GenIQ, indeed an in-between of art and science, as an alternative to the statistical ordinary least squares, and logistic regression models. Interpreting the modelogue requires a subtle reading to appreciate the meaning of the GenIQ Model. For the modelogue, click here.

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