Re: [R] randomForest outlier

From: Birgitle <birgit.lemcke_at_systbot.uzh.ch>
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2008 07:34:21 -0700 (PDT)

Still the same question:

Birgitle wrote:
>
> I try to use ?randomForest to find variables that are the most important
> to divide my dataset (continuous, categorical variables) in two given
> groups.
>
> But when I plot the outlier:
>
> plot(outlier(rfObject, cls=groupingVariable),
> type="p",col=c("red","green")[as.numeric(groupingVariable)])
>
> it seems to me that all my values appear as outliers.
> Has anybody suggestions what is going wrong in my analysis?
>
>
>
>

Additonal remark
The scaling of the y-axis is quite small between -1 and 2.



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