# R Studio Assignment Help

Overview and Rationale
In order to consolidate your theoretical knowledge into technique and skills with practical and applicational value, you will use the glmnet() package in R to implement Ridge and LASSO functions to build linear and logistic models through Ridge and LASSO regression over values of the regularization parameter lambda.
Course Outcomes
This assignment is directly linked to the following key learning outcomes from the course syllabus:
Conduct regularization method for models to describe relationships among variables and make useful predictions.
Assignment Summary
Use the College dataset (https://rdrr.io/cran/ISLR/man/College.html) from the ISLR library to build regularization models by using Ridge and Lasso (least absolute shrinkage and selection operator). Predict Grad.Rate for all models.
Split the data into a train and test set – refer to the Feature_Selection_R.pdf document for information on how to split a dataset.
Ridge Regression
Use the cv.glmnet function to estimate the lambda.min and lambda.1se values. Compare and discuss the values.
Plot the results from the glmnet function provide an interpretation. What does this plot tell us?
Fit a Ridge regression model against the training set and report on the coefficients. Is there anything interesting?
Determine the performance of the fit model against the training set by calculating the root mean square error (RMSE). sqrt(mean((actual – predicted)^2)).
Determine the performance of the fit model against the test set by calculating the root mean square error (RMSE). Is your model overfit?
LASSO
Use the cv.glmnet function to estimate the lambda.min and lambda.1se values. Compare and discuss the values.
Plot the results from the glmnet function provide an interpretation. What does this plot tell us?
Fit a LASSO regression model against the training set and report on the coefficients. Do any coefficients reduce to zero? If so, which ones?
Determine the performance of the fit model against the training set by calculating the root mean square error (RMSE). sqrt(mean((actual – predicted)^2)).
Determine the performance of the fit model against the test set by calculating the root mean square error (RMSE). Is your model overfit?

Comparison
Which model performed better and why? Is that what you expected?
Refer to the Intermediate_Analytics_Feature_Selection_R.pdf document for how to perform stepwise selection and then fit a model. Did this model perform better or as well as Ridge regression or LASSO? Which method do you prefer and why?
Report
Refer to the attached rubric for more details on the report. The report should contain a well written cover/title page, introduction, body, conclusion, and references. It must follow APA format and have at least 1000 words (excluding title page and references page. All R code used for your report should be included in an appendix at the end of the report.
Graphs, figures, charts, and tables are very useful visual effects to communicate your results and impress your readers. However, such items should not be included in the report unless they are well described and interpreted. Please use subtitles to make your assignment more reader friendly as well.