[R] Help on rpart
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Fri Feb 28 18:15:26 CET 2003
Rpart does not fit a linear model at any node. Please read up on
On Fri, 28 Feb 2003 charles.rosa at gm.com wrote:
> To whom it may concern,
> I am using the rpart() function to perform a recursive tree analysis on a
> of data that includes both numerical and categorical attributes.
> At the end of the analysis, I would like to see the linear model at each
> node in the tree. In particular, I would like to see each node specific
> model coefficients
> associated with each of the independent variables and intercepts.
> I've tried using the summary() method, but don't see this kind of
> How can I see this information?
> Thanks, Charlie
> Charles H. Rosa, Ph.D.
> Staff Research Engineer, Research & Development
> GM R&D
> Warren, MI
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