How to visualise regression analysis in R?

How to visualise regression analysis in R?

How to visualise regression analysis in R?

This recipe helps you to visualise a regression analysis in R using ggplot()

This recipe uses the ggplot () package in R to visualize the output of a regression analysis. This visualization combines a regression line with confidence intervals and prediction intervals.

What is Regression Analysis ?
Regression analysis is a statistical technique used to find the relationship between 2 or more variables. It is used in business to understand what factors impact a specific outcome. Regression allows you to determine which factors matter most, which factors can be ignored, and how these factors influence each other. In order to conduct a regression analysis, you'll need to define a dependent variable that you hypothesize is being influenced by one or several independent variables.

What is R ?
R is a programming language used for statistics and data science computing. R has very powerful libraries (almost 12,000) for performing data analytics including regression, classification, visualisation etc.

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