nodeHarvest: Node Harvest for Regression and Classification
Version 0.7-3

Node harvest is a simple interpretable tree-like estimator for high-dimensional regression and classification. A few nodes are selected from an initially large ensemble of nodes, each associated with a positive weight. New observations can fall into one or several nodes and predictions are the weighted average response across all these groups. The package offers visualization of the estimator. Predictions can return the nodes a new observation fell into, along with the mean response of training observations in each node, offering a simple explanation of the prediction.

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AuthorNicolai Meinshausen
Date of publication2015-06-12 23:29:00
MaintainerNicolai Meinshausen <meinshausen@stat.math.ethz.ch>
LicenseGPL-3
Version0.7-3
URL http://stat.ethz.ch/~nicolai
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("nodeHarvest")

Man pages

BostonHousing: BostonHousing
nodeHarvest: Node Harvest
plot.nodeHarvest: plot method for Node Harvest objects
predict.nodeHarvest: predict method for Node Harvest objects

Functions

BostonHousing Man page
adjustmeans Source code
dectobin Source code
drawtext Source code
getI Source code
getRULES Source code
getsamples Source code
getw Source code
getw2 Source code
is.inf Source code
makeRules Source code
makepostree Source code
nodeHarvest Man page Source code
plot.nodeHarvest Man page Source code
predict.nodeHarvest Man page Source code
print.nodeHarvest Source code

Files

NAMESPACE
data
data/BostonHousing.rda
R
R/print.nodeHarvest.R
R/getw.R
R/getsamples.R
R/predict.nodeHarvest.R
R/nodeHarvest.R
R/makepostree.R
R/plot.nodeHarvest.R
R/getRULES.R
R/dectobin.R
R/getI.R
R/adjustmeans.R
R/makeRules.R
R/is.inf.R
R/drawtext.R
MD5
DESCRIPTION
man
man/BostonHousing.Rd
man/predict.nodeHarvest.Rd
man/nodeHarvest.Rd
man/plot.nodeHarvest.Rd
nodeHarvest documentation built on May 19, 2017, 1:50 p.m.