Statsmodels
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Language: | Python |
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Parent(s): | SciPy , SciKit |
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Feature(s): | Statistics |
Statsmodels is a Python package for statistics.
Statsmodels was originally developed by Jonathan Taylor and part of SciPy and NIPY. Later as a SciKit and a "add-on" package for SciPy and developed by Skipper Seabold and Josef Perktold.^{[1]}
Statsmodel in its early incarnation is described in Statsmodels: econometric and statistical modeling with Python.
[edit] Example
Based on example in Statsmodels: econometric and statistical modeling with Python with data from James W. Longley's An appraisal of least squares programs for electronic computer from the point of view of the user:
import statsmodels.api as sm data = sm.datasets.longley.load() longley_model = sm.OLS(data.endog, sm.add_constant(data.exog)) longley_results = longley_model.fit() print(longley_results.summary())
[edit] Papers
- Statsmodels: econometric and statistical modeling with Python
- Time series analysis in Python with statsmodels