Re: [R] setting weights for such a two-class problem in nnet and svm

From: David Meyer <david.meyer_at_wu-wien.ac.at>
Date: Mon 25 Jul 2005 - 03:57:37 EST

Dear Baoqiang,

there is an example on the svm Help page on the use of 'class.weights'.

HTH
David


I have such a two-class problem, one class is very large(~98% of total), and the other is just 2%. According to manual of nnet, I need setup
"weights", so I intend to set 1 for class one, 49 for class 2. How do I
do that? Just weights=49?
Meanwhile I'd like to try svm(e1071), again, how do I setup
"class.weights"? Thanks.

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