Example: reg diagnostics #1056

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@vincentarelbundock
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Regression diagnostics example

http://nbviewer.ipython.org/6283160

example_quantreg was lonely in example/ipynb folder. I moved it to example/notebooks

@josef-pkt
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how about starting to use print(blabla) (when it works) pretending to be a function, or actually being a function?
My main notebook version is now in python 3.3, back to the future :)

@vincentarelbundock
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Yes. In fact, most of those print statements can just be removed.

fixed and squashed into single commit.

@vincentarelbundock
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I'd like to use my new powers to push this through. I'm unlikely to improve the notebook in the short term, and I've integrated @josef-pkt comments (import stats.api as sms and print()). The only other change is moving the quantreg example notebook which was sitting in the wrong folder.

I tested both example_regression_diagnostic.ipynb and quantreg.ipynb using latest master and they ran fine. The Travis build error is obviously unrelated to this.

I would test docs build but nbgenerate.py still has hardcoded file paths and such, so that'll need to be cleaned up before easy doc build with notebooks is possible.

@vincentarelbundock
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Any objections?

@josef-pkt
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question about timing

@jseabold are we switching to merge into master and then cherry-pick into maintenance?

otherwise no problem to merge (you can just hit green button)
check network graph: only one commit behind master, so would be ok without rebase

@jseabold
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I say merge to master since the examples will get rendered and posted to the dev docs, it's not very critical that they be in the release?

@vincentarelbundock
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So merge into master or maintenance?

@vincentarelbundock vincentarelbundock merged commit d80d414 into statsmodels:master Aug 26, 2013

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