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Using the model package in Enterprise Guide

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Using the model package in Enterprise Guide

Hi

 

I have built a model using Interactive Grouping and the Scorecard node i Enterprise Miner.

I have made the model package and registered the model.

I Enterprise Guide to run the model package.

 

Why do I have to give variables as input that are not part of the scorecard? These variables were rejected by the interactive grouping node as not relevant or significant, or rejected in the scorecard node as not significant.

The model scoring node requires 14 inputs, while it is just 6 of them that are included in the scorecard.

 

If I get the score code from EM directly, the other variables are not included, but this gives me only the SCORE value, and not all the other fancy outputs that I would like to get from the model scoring node.

 

Any suggestions?


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‎04-26-2016 02:24 AM
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Re: Using the model package in Enterprise Guide

Posted in reply to KristineNavesta

I *think* this will work: attach a Score node after your Scorecard node, run that, and then create the model package from there (the Score node).  Then it should pick up the optimized score code, which will only include the code for the inputs that end up in the final model.  Let me know if that works!

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‎04-26-2016 02:24 AM
SAS Super FREQ
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Re: Using the model package in Enterprise Guide

Posted in reply to KristineNavesta

I *think* this will work: attach a Score node after your Scorecard node, run that, and then create the model package from there (the Score node).  Then it should pick up the optimized score code, which will only include the code for the inputs that end up in the final model.  Let me know if that works!

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Re: Using the model package in Enterprise Guide

Posted in reply to WendyCzika

This works! Thank you.

Makes the use and validation of the model a lot easier, not having to include all the potential variables that were rejected.

 

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