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Do the Absolute Error in Performance (Regression) is same as Means Absolute Error (MAE) ?
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Do the Absolute Error in Performance (Regression) is same as Means Absolute Error (MAE) ?
Afif
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Please help, I want to know is it the same for the Absolute Error in Performance (Regression) is same as Means Absolute Error (MAE) ?
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ceaperez
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January 2
Hi
@Afif
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The Absolute error i
s the difference between the predicted value and the “true” value.
The Means Absolute Error MAE takes the average of absolute errors for a group of predictions and observations
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Cesar
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rjones13
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@Afif
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Yes, this is the same value. As stated in the
documentation
, the absolute error is calculated by summing the differences between the labels and predictions, and dividing this value by the number of examples.
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Roland
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Afif
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Hi
@rjones13
thank you, so both is using the same formula which is MAE formula is it just for confirmation?
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rjones13
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Yes, it is the MAE formula. I've also done just a quick check where I performed the calculation manually and it matches.
Best,
Roland
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525UnicornThe Absolute error is the difference between the predicted value and the “true” value.

The Means Absolute Error MAE takes the average of absolute errors for a group of predictions and observations

Best,

Cesar

180UnicornYes, this is the same value. As stated in the documentation, the absolute error is calculated by summing the differences between the labels and predictions, and dividing this value by the number of examples.

Best,

Roland

4Learner Ithank you, so both is using the same formula which is MAE formula is it just for confirmation?

180UnicornBest,

Roland