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May 22, 2015 11:39 AM
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Within the Decision Tree function, the visual graph depicts the proportion on the vertical axis, but what does the horizontal axis represent for each point?

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From Partition Method, for Categorical Responses:

The Y axis of the plot is divided into sections corresponding to the predicted probabilities of the response levels for each leaf. The predicted probabilities always sum to one across the response levels. If Display Options > Show Points is selected:

‒Points are distributed evenly and randomly in the horizontal direction.

‒In the vertical direction, they are distributed randomly within the box for their category.

-Jeff

-Jeff

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From Partition Method, for Categorical Responses:

The Y axis of the plot is divided into sections corresponding to the predicted probabilities of the response levels for each leaf. The predicted probabilities always sum to one across the response levels. If Display Options > Show Points is selected:

‒Points are distributed evenly and randomly in the horizontal direction.

‒In the vertical direction, they are distributed randomly within the box for their category.

-Jeff

-Jeff