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Run 578777

Task 37 (Supervised Classification) diabetes Uploaded 04-06-2016 by Jan van Rijn
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weka.LMT(4)Niels Landwehr, Mark Hall, Eibe Frank (2005). Logistic Model Trees. Machine Learning. 95(1-2):161-205. Marc Sumner, Eibe Frank, Mark Hall: Speeding up Logistic Model Tree Induction. In: 9th European Conference on Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases, 675-683, 2005.
weka.LMT(4)_I-1
weka.LMT(4)_M15
weka.LMT(4)_W0.0

Result files

xml
Description

XML file describing the run, including user-defined evaluation measures.

model
Model readable

A human-readable description of the model that was built.

model
Model serialized

A serialized description of the model that can be read by the tool that generated it.

arff
Predictions

ARFF file with instance-level predictions generated by the model.

22 Evaluation measures

0.8261
Per class
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.7572
Per class
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.4545
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
241.6435
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.319
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.4545
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
768
Per class
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
[Oracle Corporation, 1.8.0_91, amd64, Linux, 3.10.0-327.13.1.el7.x86_64]
0.7617
Per class
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.7669
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.9335
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.7669
Per class
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.7019
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.4766
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.3987
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
0.8365
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
1291.6056
410
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)
410
Cross-validation details (10-fold Crossvalidation)