New tdm available:Test 2 (Random Forest).tdm

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New tdm available:Test 2 (Random Forest).tdm

Post  Elvire on Wed Jun 04, 2008 7:21 pm

Dear Plankton Identifier Users

I have built a new tdm for those who want make a Test using the Random Forest method only:
Test 2 (Random Forest).tdm
This tdm allows you to keep time when you already know that the Random Forest method is the best method to analyse your data set, and that you only want to test the consequences of some modifications of your learning file (for instance, if you have increase the number of vignettes in one group or if you have decided to merge two groups together)

Since a tdm file is basically a text file, it can be created or edited using a simple text editor such as the notepad.
Copy the following (red part) in your text editor and save it as : Test 2 (Random Forest).tdm

[Diagram]
Title=Plankton Identification REPORT (Test 2 (Random Forest)
Database=

[Dataset]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGenDataset
successors=1
succ_1=Discrete select examples 1

[Discrete select examples 1]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGenCompISAttValue
attribute=Status
value=Learning
successors=1
succ_1=Define status 1

[Define status 1]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGenFSDefStatus
target_count=1
target_1=Ident
illus_count=0
successors=1
succ_1=Bagging 1 (Rnd Tree)

[Bagging 1 (Rnd Tree)]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGCompBagging
embedded_spv=1
embedded_section=Bagging 1 (Rnd Tree)--Rnd Tree
nb_classifiers=100
rnd_mode=1
successors=2
succ_1=Define status 2
succ_2=Export dataset 1

[Bagging 1 (Rnd Tree)--Rnd Tree]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGCompSpvRndTree
nb_att_for_split=-1

[Define status 2]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGenFSDefStatus
target_count=1
target_1=Ident
input_count=1
input_1=pred_Bagging_1
illus_count=0
successors=1
succ_1=Test 1

[Test 1]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGenCompSpvAssesTestSet
examples=1
successors=0

[Export dataset 1]
MLClassGenerator=TMLGenCompExportData
SelectExamples=0
SelectAttributes=0
Filename=
successors=0


Launch Plankton Identifier and select “Import Tanagra Data Mining diagram” in the “Tools” menu of the main window.
Select the newly created tdm file and click Open… The tdm file is copied in the appropriate subfolder and is now available in the select method box of the Data Analysis window.

You can start playing now Very Happy
Elvire
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