I'm trying to write some code to do a regression on data weight (x) and time (y). As best as I can tell, the model should be y = b1 + b2ln(x), but I don't know how you can do this by hand (I know how to in R...). I also know how to do a simple linear regression by hand.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Can it be done using the least squares method?

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# Logarithmic Regression By Hand

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