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Linear Machine

Linear Machine Software Overview

The Linear Machine computer software takes as input a collection of input variables called “predictors” and a collection of output variables called “targets” which are arranged in a spreadsheet such that each row of the spreadsheet corresponds to a distinct data record. Two spreadsheets with this format are input to this program. One spreadsheet specifies the “training data”, while one spreadsheet specifies the “test data”. The best minimum mean-square error solution is then computed using a pseudo-inverse least squares solution. Prediction errors for both the “training data” and “test data” are reported based upon estimating the parameters of the linear regression model using the training data. Specific details of this implementation can be found by visiting:

Podcast Episode 13: How to Use Linear Machine Learning Software to Make Predictions (Linear Regression Software).

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Linear Machine Technical Notes

The Linear Machine Technical notes provide an explicit mathematical description of the algorithms used for the Linear Machine Software.

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Windows Executable Code

This is Windows executable code. In order for this to execute you must have already installed the MATLAB Compiler Run-Time Library Installer for Windows Version 2011b. If you have already installed this library, then it is not necessary to re-install the library on your machine. This software is a compiled version of the MATLAB Source Code listed below.

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MAC OS-X Executable Code

This is MAC OS-X executable code. In order for this to execute you must have already installed the MATLAB Compiler Run-Time Library Installer for MAC OS-X Version 2012a. If you have already installed this library, then it is not necessary to re-install the library on your machine. This software is a compiled version of the MATLAB Source Code listed below.

Also please note that if you are using a very recent version of MAC OS-X you may have to download Xquartz from  http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/

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MATLAB Source Code

The MATLAB Linear Machine software requires that you have installed MATLAB on your computer which is a software development environment that can be purchased from: www.mathworks.com. If MATLAB is not installed on your machine, however, you might still want to download the MATLAB software since it provides a technical specification of the Linear Machine Windows and MAC OS-X Executable code as a collection of text files.

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4 thoughts on “Linear Machine

  1. Randy Castleman

    FYI, I had to download Xquartz from http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/ in order to run X11, which apparently is necessary to run golinear.exe and which is now no longer included in Mac OSX. Just thought you might want ot know and maybe include it in the instructions.

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  2. Jesus Figueroa

    Hi – Very excited to be listening to this podcast. I have made it to Episode 20.

    One problem, though… I just tried running the linear machine software on my Windows 10 PC and got the error message “This app cannot run on your PC.” Is there something I may have done wrong, or could there be a compatibility issue with Windows 10?

    Thanks for any advice!

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    1. Richard Golden Post author

      So glad you are enjoying the podcast series!
      I assume that you first installed the MATLAB Compiler Run-Time Library before trying to run the executable?
      Is that correct?

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      1. Jesus Figueroa

        Thanks for the response! That is correct. I also installed it again to make sure. The full message reads: “This app can’t run on your PC. To find a version for your PC, check the software publisher.” I have a x86 PC with Wn10. Thanks for any advice. I might also try this instead on my Mac but just wanted to bring this up in case it’s a new issue with Windows.

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