M5Base. Implements base routines for generating M5 Model trees and rules The original algorithm M5 was invented by R. Quinlan and Yong Wang made improvements. For more information see: Ross J. Quinlan: Learning with Continuous Classes. In: 5th Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Singapore, 343-348, 1992. Y. Wang, I. H. Witten: Induction of model trees for predicting continuous classes. In: Poster papers of the 9th European Conference on Machine Learning, 1997.
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The Preliminary Attribute Check tests the underlying classifier against the DataTable specification at the inport of the node. Columns that are compatible with the classifier are marked with a green 'ok'. Columns which are potentially not compatible are assigned a red error message.
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Capabilities: [Nominal attributes, Binary attributes, Unary attributes, Empty nominal attributes, Numeric attributes, Date attributes, Missing values, Numeric class, Date class, Missing class values] Dependencies:  min # Instance: 1
N: Use unpruned tree/rules
U: Use unsmoothed predictions
R: Build regression tree/rule rather than a model tree/rule
M: Set minimum number of instances per leaf (default 4)
L: Save instances at the nodes in the tree (for visualization purposes)
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