In predictive modeling, bagging is an ensemble method that uses bootstrap replicates of the original training data to fit predictive models. For each record, the predictions from all available models are then averaged for the final prediction. For a classification problem, a majority vote of the models is used. Bagging is short for “bootstrap aggregating.”
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