Steven Sanderson’s power level is over 9000:

In the realm of statistics, power regression stands out as a versatile tool for exploring the relationship between two variables, where one variable is the power of the other. This type of regression is particularly useful when there’s an inherent nonlinear relationship between the variables, often characterized by an exponential or inverse relationship.

Read on to learn more about the definition of power regression and how to perform it in R using a technique called “swole linear regression.” Or at least that’s what I think the technique should be called. Which is probably why I’m not in charge of naming things.