Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/plotting_util.R

Comprehensive function for calculating minimal depth of a maximal subtree averaged over the forest and then plotting the result.

1 | ```
getAndPlotMetric(ranger_result, plot_missing_so = FALSE)
``` |

`ranger_result` |
A ranger object from the ranger package, which was created setting param write.forest to TRUE. In other words, it must have a 'forest' property. |

`plot_missing_so` |
An optional parameter to show features that only have a first order metric value. Variables can have high feature strength, but may be unlikely to have a second maximal subtree because of low cardinality. |

a list; element 1 is a data.frame containing subtree depth data, element 2 is the plot of number of splits vs first order metric, element 3 is a plot of second order vs first order.

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