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gcarterIT
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

 

I'm using the Gradient Boosting Node to compare the results to those of the Decision Tree Node.

 

How can I use the results of the Gradient Boosting Node to create a decision tree (with branches and leaves) similar to that produced by the Decision Tree Node.

 

Thanks.

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CraigDeVault
SAS Employee
There is not a way to have the HP Forest output create a representative tree. However, you can use the Variable Importance table to see what are the variables that are most used when creating all of the trees.

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gcarterIT
Calcite | Level 5

 

I'm using the HP Forest Node to compare the results to those of the Decision Tree Node.


How can I use the results of the HP Forest Node to create a decision tree (with branches and leaves) similar to that produced by the Decision Tree Node.


Thanks.

CraigDeVault
SAS Employee
There is not a way to have the HP Forest output create a representative tree. However, you can use the Variable Importance table to see what are the variables that are most used when creating all of the trees.
gcarterIT
Calcite | Level 5
Thanks. I used the same approach for a gradient boosting model.

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