[R] Store the model built and Using the same on a later date.
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Fri Mar 26 09:54:07 CET 2010
Just save() the model fit. See ?save.
On Fri, 26 Mar 2010, RAGHAVENDRA PRASAD wrote:
> Thanks for the info.I will try this.But i am working on real time analytics
> where model is built at some point of time and model needs to be used
> whenever its required.Storing the workspace and reloading it everytime not
> sure whether i can fit into real time scenario.l was looking for only saving
> the model and reloadinng it.
> On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 1:32 PM, Katya Mauff <Katya.Mauff at uct.ac.za> wrote:
>> Hi Raghav
>> Not sure about storing the model so to speak-but you could save it as an
>> object and then just save and reload your workspace?
>> try: fix(model)
>> there's probably a far more sophisticated way to do this, but if I'm
>> understanding you correctly this is a quick fix...
>>>>> RAGHAVENDRA PRASAD <raghav.nprasad at gmail.com> 2010/03/26 09:53 AM >>>
>> I have a NN model build using AMORE and NNET.If i want to reuse the model
>> built on later date.How can i store this model.In what format should i
>> to store the model.I wont be saving the session.I want to just store the
>> model and recall this model whenever required.Is it possible to store? If
>> yes,can someone provide any packages available.
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