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Interactive group node in EM changed my own groups (related to scorecard)

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Interactive group node in EM changed my own groups (related to scorecard)

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Hello experts,

I tend to build scorecard for my dataset with target variable in binary. I realised it forced you to run interaction group node before you can run scorecard. My question is, the interactive group node groups all the variables I have classified again (so it is like double grouping).

How do I generate scorecard based on my groupings ? or Is there alternatives to create scorecard using my own variables groups?


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‎02-22-2017 05:15 PM
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Re: Interactive group node in EM changed my own groups (related to scorecard)

Save your groupings into a dataset and then go into the properties of the Interactive Grouping node. Look at the Pre-Defined Groupings section and set the property "Import Grouping Data" to "Yes". Click the "Import Data Set" button and point to your saved groupings dataset. This will use your groupings in the Scorecard instead of creating new groupings.

Thanks for your question!

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‎02-22-2017 05:15 PM
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Re: Interactive group node in EM changed my own groups (related to scorecard)

Save your groupings into a dataset and then go into the properties of the Interactive Grouping node. Look at the Pre-Defined Groupings section and set the property "Import Grouping Data" to "Yes". Click the "Import Data Set" button and point to your saved groupings dataset. This will use your groupings in the Scorecard instead of creating new groupings.

Thanks for your question!

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