What is Isotonic regression

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What is isotonic regression? How is it different from linear regression?
Jun 3, 2019 in Machine Learning by Tim
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Isotonic regression builds an increasing approximation of a function while maximizing the mean squared error on training data. In the case of linear regression, it minimizes the mean squared error. This kind of model is useful when you do not make any kind of assumption for target function such as linearity.
answered Jun 3, 2019 by Mohit

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