How do I know if my RapidMiner model is accurate?
The accuracy is calculated by taking the percentage of correct predictions over the total number of examples. Correct prediction means the examples where the value of the prediction attribute is equal to the value of label attribute.
How do you calculate precision and recall in RapidMiner?
The ratio of true positives to all as positive predicted examples is called precision and is calculated as a / (a+b). The ratio of true positives to all actually positive examples is called recall and is calculated as a / (a+c).
How can I improve my accuracy?
Accuracy is Always Important. 10 Ways You Can Improve Yours!
- You have to CARE!
- You need to LEARN… that means actively understand why the mistake happened and making sure it doesn’t happen again!
- Sometimes you need to SLOW DOWN.
- Check your work!
- Along with #5, develop little “checks” that work for you.
What is decision tree in Rapidminer?
Description. A decision tree is a tree like collection of nodes intended to create a decision on values affiliation to a class or an estimate of a numerical target value. Each node represents a splitting rule for one specific Attribute.
How do you use RapidMiner to predict?
Once you have created your model, RapidMiner Go provides two mechanisms for making predictions:
- Apply your model: upload a new data set and see the predictions.
- Deploy your model: make your model available to other people and software.
What is naive Bayes in RapidMiner?
Naive Bayes is a high-bias, low-variance classifier, and it can build a good model even with a small data set. It is simple to use and computationally inexpensive. Typical use cases involve text categorization, including spam detection, sentiment analysis, and recommender systems.
How do you show confusion matrix in RapidMiner?
To see the confusion matrix, click on “recall” or “false negative”, where you will learn that the model discovers 90% of the mines, with 4 false negatives (mines that were identified as rocks).
What is the role of apply model in Rapidminer?
A model is first trained on an ExampleSet by another Operator, which is often a learning algorithm. Afterwards, this model can be applied on another ExampleSet. Usually, the goal is to get a prediction on unseen data or to transform data by applying a preprocessing model.
What is model accuracy?
Model accuracy is defined as the number of classifications a model correctly predicts divided by the total number of predictions made. It’s a way of assessing the performance of a model, but certainly not the only way.
What are the performance evaluation operators available in RapidMiner?
Many other performance evaluation operators are also available in RapidMiner e.g. Performance operator, Performance (Binominal Classification) operator, Performance (Regression) operator etc. The Performance (Classification) operator is used with classification tasks only.
Can the decision tree model be pruned after generation?
The decision tree model can be pruned after generation. If checked, some branches are replaced by leaves according to the confidence parameter. This parameter specifies the confidence level used for the pessimistic error calculation of pruning.
How do I use the decision tree operator?
This data is fed to the Decision Tree Operator by connecting the output port of Retrieve to the input port of the Decision Tree Operator. Click on the Run button. This trains the decision tree model and takes you to the Results View, where you can examine it graphically as well as in textual description.
How is the accuracy of a performance vector calculated?
This is because if a Performance Vector is fed at the performance input port, its criteria are also added to the output-performance-vector. The accuracy is calculated by taking the percentage of correct predictions over the total number of examples.