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Preprocess categorical variables with many values [duplicate]

I have a dataset that consists of only categorical variables and a target variable. I want to predict the (binary) target variable with the categorical variables. I am trying to do this in Python and ...
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Fast linear regression robust to outliers

I am dealing with linear data with outliers, some of which are at more the 5 standard deviations away from the estimated regression line. I'm looking for a linear regression technique that reduces the ...
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When to use regularization methods for regression?

In what circumstances should one consider using regularization methods (ridge, lasso or least angles regression) instead of OLS? In case this helps steer the discussion, my main interest is improving ...
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Is there a “fused” version Ridge regression?

we know there is a fused version of LASSO. Fused LASSO adds a further regularizer demanding the smoothness of \beta. More details could be found here I am wondering why I cannot find something ...
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Tools to detect jumps in a linear time series

I have a financial time series that has a linear down trend, but sometimes a jump happens (see image below). What statistical methods can I use to detect these jumps as early as possible?
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The name of 'Fused' Lasso

As many of you know, the Fused Lasso is one of well known penalized methods, which is introduced by Tibshirani, 2005. However, I don't get to the meaning of how it is called. Could anyone give any ...
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Regularized linear model: adding special constraints to the coefficient

I understand we can add $L_1$ or $L_2$ regularization to linear regression (Lasso and Ridge regression). In addition, it is possible to restrict the coefficient to be integers (see this post). ...