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/ˈidəˌrādiv,ˈidərədiv/ /rəˈɡreSH(ə)n/
A malapropism often said in error by someone unfamiliar with statistics. The speaker likely means "linear regression".
"Iterative Regression" is said by one trying to sound like a smart data scientist. Hearing this may trigger contempt for the speaker.

Also see: Logistical Regression
Carter's co-worker was "short"-sighted in their abilities. When challenged on the amount of data science she produced the co-worker responded erroneously "We do iterative regression every day".
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by Bobby Peach July 10, 2018
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