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asked 6 months ago by datamoose
updated 4 months ago by scottmac99
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Rattle currently returns overall accuracy rate in the "evaluation" tab with the error matrix option selected. This is the total number of errors divided by the total number of data points (in the rele...
asked 6 months ago by datamoose
updated 2 months ago by marjolein
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Reason:   Jerome Friedman's "Rulefit"  is a simple, elegant and natural extension to gradient boosting, also remarkable for being a method that performs automatic feature selection.  In essence it...
asked 6 months ago by datamoose
updated 4 months ago by datamoose

randomForest is a suprisingly  limited package. There are many problems, including the inability to handle missing values and the limitation of 32 categories. Also there is the lack of a sensible cas...
asked 6 months ago by datamoose
updated 5 months ago by sachinruk

Reason : Python has one. It makes things super fast on a desktop machine, particularly Deep Learning. Spec: A GPU arithmetic/algebra/whatever else is necessary  for R. Either a wrapper around an exis...
asked 5 months ago by khakieconomist
updated 5 months ago by khakieconomist
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Typically, trees partition data recursively in order to maximise the information/purity/homogeneity of a single variable in the daughter nodes. It would be useful to have a tree that partitions the da...
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