You could use a kernel-based method in conjunction with a polynomial kernel, e.g.,
GaussianProcesses or SMOreg (or LibSVM, as a potentially faster alternative to SMOreg).
Make sure you enable “lower order terms” when setting up the polynomial kernel.
On 9/03/2017, at 10:20 PM, Aftab Akram
I was looking for some functions in weka through which I can perform polynomial
regression on my dataset. I have already performed linear regression which resulted in
high bias. Now I plan to incrementally increase degree of polynomial until reaching some
acceptable level of bias. Now I am looking some function(s) where I can first test
polynomial of degree 2 and so on.
South China Normal University
Guangzhou, P.R. China
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