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StatExplore Node

Good morning,

 

I am a new user of Enterprise Miner 14.1 .. When I run the StatExplore node, I just get the results for CrossTabulation, as it is in the attachment.. But I would like to get the usual summary statistics instead: Mean, Max, Min, Skewness... How can I obtain these?

 

 Thanks,

 João Farinha


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‎12-07-2016 06:45 AM
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Re: StatExplore Node

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In the output window for StatExplore you will get all of those statistics for your continuous variables.  As Miguel stated just scroll down in the window until you see them.

 

Here's an example of the continuous variable on my data set

 

 

2016-12-05_10-22-52.jpg

 

And here's an example of the Class (categorical) variables

 2016-12-05_10-23-02.jpg

 

Just go to the output window (and I find it helpful to maximize it) and then scroll down until you see these tables.

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Re: StatExplore Node

Oi Joao, tudo bem?

You will see a few Stats for your variables when you scroll down the Output window. Not sure you get all the ones on your list, but you should get some of those for your interval variables.

Does that help?

 

Boa sorte!

-Miguel

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‎12-07-2016 06:45 AM
SAS Employee
Posts: 63

Re: StatExplore Node

[ Edited ]

In the output window for StatExplore you will get all of those statistics for your continuous variables.  As Miguel stated just scroll down in the window until you see them.

 

Here's an example of the continuous variable on my data set

 

 

2016-12-05_10-22-52.jpg

 

And here's an example of the Class (categorical) variables

 2016-12-05_10-23-02.jpg

 

Just go to the output window (and I find it helpful to maximize it) and then scroll down until you see these tables.

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