- This page will allow you try various settings using only the training data. The samples below will allow you to do some processing right now if you just want to see it work. Some processing times can can take upwards of 3 minutes if the file is large enough.
After the process is finished, it will score the final results and tell you how well the training data worked using the settings you selected. The final result is something called root mean squared error (RMSE). This is a measure of, generally, how off the predictions are. You will want the RMSE number as small as possible. To do this you can either adjust the settings and see the results yourself, or click the "Find Best" button and let the web page try all the settings for you. Note: When "Find Best" is running, the results are only displayed to the screen and will not be downloaded.
There are a few things you that can be adjusted to hone the results: Depth and Gradient
You don't have data? No problem! here are some real world samples you can try for fun. Click on the predicting column to select that file.
|Predicting||Source||Size||Source Link||File Link|
|Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease||12.9 Kilobtes||here||disease_alt.csv|
|Census Data||5.65 Megabytes||here||ss16pil_alt.csv|
|Play Ends in Touchdown|
|Football Plays||2.83 Megabytes||here||pbp-2017_alt.csv|
|Global Political Results||9.58 Megabytes||here||clea_20170530_alt.csv|
|Favored Type For Resposne*|
|postal and web-based surveys||24 Kilobtes||here||favoredResponseType.csv|
|Max Run Distance |
|Demo Only||415 bytes||/Home/HowTo/||train1.csv|
|Max Run Distance With Categories|
|Demo Only||437 bytes||/Home/HowTo/||train2.csv|