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iI have a dataset, in which iI have multiple OUTPUT vars, letslet's say Y1, Y2, Y3$$Y_1, Y_2, Y_3$$. All are numeric. iI also have multiple input, X1,X2,X3,X4 $$X_1,X_2,X_3,X_4$$. the Y1,Y2The $$Y_1, Y_2$$ and Y3$$Y_3$$ depend on all X$$X_i$$ vars. i

I have used linear regression in past. ifIf there was just one Y$$Y$$, iI could have easily used it. iI need to predict Y1, Y2$$Y_1, Y_2$$ and Y3$$Y_3$$ in this case. How to go about it? isIs there a package in sklearn/R which can help? any algoAny algorithm?

whatThat would be your approach towards such a problem?

i have a dataset, in which i have multiple OUTPUT vars, lets say Y1, Y2, Y3. All are numeric. i also have multiple input, X1,X2,X3,X4. the Y1,Y2 and Y3 depend on all X vars. i have used linear regression in past. if there was just one Y, i could have easily used it. i need to predict Y1, Y2 and Y3 in this case. How to go about it? is there a package in sklearn/R which can help? any algo?

what would be your approach towards such a problem?

I have a dataset, in which I have multiple OUTPUT vars, let's say $$Y_1, Y_2, Y_3$$. All are numeric. I also have multiple input, $$X_1,X_2,X_3,X_4$$. The $$Y_1, Y_2$$ and $$Y_3$$ depend on all $$X_i$$ vars.

I have used linear regression in past. If there was just one $$Y$$, I could have easily used it. I need to predict $$Y_1, Y_2$$ and $$Y_3$$ in this case. How to go about it? Is there a package in sklearn/R which can help? Any algorithm?

That would be your approach towards such a problem?

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# Predicting multiple output variables based on multiple input variables

i have a dataset, in which i have multiple OUTPUT vars, lets say Y1, Y2, Y3. All are numeric. i also have multiple input, X1,X2,X3,X4. the Y1,Y2 and Y3 depend on all X vars. i have used linear regression in past. if there was just one Y, i could have easily used it. i need to predict Y1, Y2 and Y3 in this case. How to go about it? is there a package in sklearn/R which can help? any algo?

what would be your approach towards such a problem?