- 03/15/13 17:46:47 (13 months ago)
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r11050 r11404 139 139 right-hand side of the graph. In case of discrete classes, the target class can be any 140 140 of the original classes, while for discretized attributes, it is one of the intervals 141 ( <18545.33in our case). :obj:`Show rug` adds small lines at the bottom 141 ( in our case). :obj:`Show rug` adds small lines at the bottom 142 142 and the top of the graph, which represents histograms showing the number of examples in the 143 143 target class (top) and the other classes (bottom). On the snapshot, the examples of the 144 target class ( <18545.33) are concentrated at between 50 and 120, while the rarer examples 144 target class () are concentrated at between 50 and 120, while the rarer examples 145 145 of other classes are spread between 100 and 200, with an outlier at 250. Plotting the rug 146 146 can be slow if the number of examples is huge.
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