Exercise

# Explore model coefficients

You will now explore the model performance from a different angle, and only on the training data. One thing you learned in the latest lesson is that not all model coefficients are statistically significant and we should look at the model summary table to explore their significance. Fortunately, the `statsmodels`

library provides this functionality. Once you print the model summary table, explore which variables have the p-value lower than 0.05 (i.e. lower than 5%) to make sure the coefficient is significant.

The training features are loaded as `train_X`

, and the target variable as `train_Y`

which was converted to a `numpy`

array.

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Import the
`statsmodels.api`

module. - Initialize a model instance on the training data using the
`OLS()`

function. - Fit the model.
- Print model summary using the
`.summary()`

method.