The gradient boosting yields a better recall score but performs poorer than the logistic regression in terms of accuracy and precision.

Here we compare the performance of gradient boosting classifier with logistic regression. We use the same data set as this post

In this post, we described logistic regression. This post discusses logistic regression with regularization.

Using the same dataset,

In the following post

We discussed the IEBAE framework using a simple regression example. However, we did not tune the hyperparameters in the gradient boosting approach. In this post, we expand the discussion on the gradient boosting example using the standard KFold cross-validation approach.

We import all necessary packages (mltools

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