Summer Semester 24

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Statistical Learning

Lecturer:
  • M.Sc. Karolina Gliszczynska
Contact:
Term:
Summer Semester 2024
Cycle:
wöchentlich
Time:
08:30 - 12:00 Uhr
Room:
R12 R06 A52
Start:
07.06.2024
End:
05.07.2024
Language:
German/English
Moodle:
Lecture in Moodle
LSF:
Lecture in LSF
Linked Lectures:

Important Notes:

Zugangsdaten für das Zoom-Meeting der Vorlesung am 24.05.2024:

https://uni-due.zoom-x.de/j/64554776452?pwd=N2Z0dGFrcU5Xdlh5VDFVUkVoeWV3QT09

Meeting-ID: 645 5477 6452
Kenncode: 234277
 

Description:

Statistical learning is a field that teaches students how to analyze and interpret data by applying statistical methods and machine learning algorithms to uncover patterns, make predictions, and gain insights from data.

The course is designed for master's or PhD. students. Due to the significant programming component, prior knowledge in R or other programming languages is desirable but not required.

Outline:

The syllabus includes: statistical and machine learning methods, in particular: linear and polynomial regression, logistic regression and linear discriminant analysis; cross-validation and the bootstrap, model selection and regularization methods (ridge and lasso); nonlinear models, splines and generalized additive models; tree-based methods, random forests and boosting; support-vector machines. Some unsupervised learning methods are discussed: principal components and clustering (k-means and hierarchical).

Methods of Assessment:

Report and Presentation

Formalities:

There are a total of 5-6 tutorials scheduled, each on Fridays from 8.30-12 a.m., starting on 07.06.

In-person meetings can be accessed via live-stream, for which the link will be posted soon.

The dates for the lectures are: 

02.05 Preliminary meeting, via Zoom.
23.05 In-person lecture, R12 R07 A79.
24.05 Lecture,  R12 R06 A52  or/and hybrid.
06.06 Lecture, hybrid.

In-person meetings can be accessed via live-stream.

The Moodle password is: StatLearn24

For additional information on the lecture, please see the corresponding entry.

General Information on the module can be found in the course catalogue