Chapter 10. Making predictions
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In this chapter, we build predictive models. A predictive model makes a prediction for the value of an output attribute using the values associated with other input attributes. Predictive models can be categorized into two types based on whether the predicted attribute is continuous or discrete. When the predicted attribute is discrete, the problem is one of classification, whereas when the attribute is continuous, the problem is one of regression. Some predictive ...