[R] Help required for using the prettyTree() to plot a regression tree graphically.......!!!!!!

Prof Brian Ripley ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Sun Feb 9 13:20:34 CET 2014

You seem to be under the impression that prettyTree() is something to do 
with package rpart: it is not.

You need to ask the person who told you about prettyTree() where to find it.

On 09/02/2014 07:49, Nasim Hasan wrote:
> Dear All,
>                I am Nasim Hasan a CS Student of New Mexico State University(NMSU). I am using R for my course work on the topics of Big-Data. My OS is Windows Seven and I using R's windows  version of 3.0.2 along with the R-Studio of version 0.98.495.
>                The problem is that, I can not use prettyTree() for plotting a Tree.Though, I have included the library function of rpart and also downloaded as well as installed the package of rpart.So, can anyone kindly tell me that what is the problem..??What else should I need to do in order to use prettyTree()...?? or are there any packages, which can be used as the substitute of prettyTree()...??
>                   Please, notify me about those.Thanks to all of you in advance....!!!
> Best Regards,
> Nasim Hasan
> CS Dept. Student
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