Does anyone know of a large data set (upwards of $10^7$ rows, but I'll take $10^5$ as well) that would be appropriate for testing kernel logistic regression? Continuous variables, 2 to 50 independent variables? Would prefer business like data as aposed to scientific (weather, chemical, bio ...).
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Have a look at some of the data sets on the Elements of Statistical Learning textbook website. They might be on the small side (most have between $10^2$ to $10^5$ observations, but it's a faily varied selection of datasets.
Specifically, you might want to look at: