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Obsidian | Level 7

I have done fine classing and coarse classing on the required set of variables. From which I have gathered the outputs.

I want to know how can I convert this dataset into a new one that will consist of the values and the corresponding WOE's. (I have both missing values and outliers included).


e.g from course classing I have the file for a variable (Say income) that contains:


Min_Val     Max_Val   NoObs    RESP     NRESP    TOT_RESP     TOT_NRESP      WOE      IV

.                   .                2321     764         1233            11170               22000            .0321     .011687

0.3              2.6             6000     2000        3000          11170                 22000             .0632      .06140




I think I need a file that should contain


Income         income_WOE



not sure how to do this conversion.

Tourmaline | Level 20
This is definitely not my area of expertise but I see that WOE can be calculated in the HPBIN procedure.
Data never sleeps
Obsidian | Level 7

Thanks @LinusH. I have already calculated the WOEs for both categorical and continuous variables. But wondering, how to do the variable transformation for further analysis. Even I am not sure on the next step.


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