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How I used logistic Regression to solve Kaggle’s May 2022 tabular competition question

For my readers who have noticed that I have not posted in a couple of weeks, it is because I have been sick in hospital with quincy and, aside from the fact I was ill, I could not get to a computer to post anything. I’m home from hospital now and have decided to write about what I had intended to write about at the beginning of May.




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