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Jan. 28, 2022, 6:49 p.m. | /u/tits_mcgee_92

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I read a comment on this subreddit that said something like "I'd bank that 98% of people that are in this sub do not utilize anything more complex than linear/logistic regression models." I'm kinda wondering if there's truth to that.

I know DS is so broad, but I'm asking for specific people here to chime in :)

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