ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Tue May 21 13:04:08 CEST 2002
On Tue, 21 May 2002, poul svante wrote:
> I have a problem with interpretating the result of predict.tree,
> when I include the option split=T.
> E.g. running the example of the help file and concluding with
> > predict(shuttle.tr, shuttle1,split=T)
> produces the output
> auto noauto
> [1,] 0.015625002 0.007812502
> [2,] 0.007812502 0.000000000
> [3,] 0.000000000 0.000000000
> which is hard to interpret as a posterior probability.
> And since no values are missing for the predictors, I would
> expect to get the same result as with split=F?
It works correctly in S. Inside predict.tree you will find a function
pred2.tree, and inside that is a .C call. Change double() to single().
We do recommend that you use rpart for tree construction, and by no means
all the options of package tree have been tested under R.
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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