Boosted Trees Results - Report Tab

Select the Report tab of the Boosted Trees Results dialog box to access options to send the variable specifications or prediction equations (deployment code) to a report.

Code generator. If your program is licensed to include this feature, you can generate computer code to implement the (decision) rules defined by the final tree. When you click this button, a menu is displayed containing the following choices:

PMML. Generates code in Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML), an XML-based language for storing information about fully trained (parameterized) models and for sharing those models with other applications. Statistica and Statistica Enterprise Server contain facilities to use this information to compute predicted values or classifications, i.e., to quickly and efficiently deploy models (typically in the context of data mining projects).

STATISTICA Visual Basic (SVB). Generates a Statistica Visual Basic program containing the code implementing the model. This code is generated in a form compatible with the nodes of Statistica Data Miner; however, you can also simply copy/paste the relevant portion of this code to include it in your custom Visual Basic programs. The code is automatically displayed in the Statistica Visual Basic program editor window.

C/C++. Generates code compatible with the C/C++ computer language. This option is useful if you want to include the information provided by the final model into custom (C/C++) programs. (See also, Using C/C++/C# Code for Deployment.)

C#. Generates code as C#.

Java. Generates code in Java script.

SAS. Generates deployment code for the created model as SAS code (a .sas file). See also, Rules for SAS Variable Names and Example: SAS Deployment.

SQL stored procedure in C#. Generates code as a C# class intended for use in a SQL Server user-defined function.

SQL User Defined Function in C#. Generates code as a C# class intended for use as a SQL Server user-defined function.

TeraData. Generates code as C Computer language function intended for use as a user-defined function in a TeraData querying environment.

Deployment to Statistica Enterprise. Deploys the results as an Analysis Configuration in Statistica Enterprise. Note that appropriately formatted data must be available in a Statistica Enterprise Data Configuration before the results can be deployed to an Analysis Configuration.

Print data specifications. Click this button to send a summary of the variable selections for the current analysis to the Report window. Note that the Also send to Report Window check box must be selected in the Analysis/Graph Output Manager for this option to work. If it is not selected, you will be prompted to modify your output options when you click the button. The detail of the variable summaries that is reported depend on the setting of the Display supplementary information option in the Analysis/Graph Output Manager.