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MELJUN CORTES Predictive Modeling With IBM SPSS Modeler

MELJUN CORTES Predictive Modeling With IBM SPSS Modeler

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Published by: MELJUN CORTES, MBA,MPA on May 18, 2013
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Predictive Modeling withIBM SPSS Modeler Student Guide
Course Code: 0A032ERC 1.0
 
 
Predictive Modeling with IBM SPSS Modeler Licensed Materials - Property of IBM© Copyright IBM Corp. 20100A032Published October 2010 US Government Users Restricted Rights - Use,duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADPSchedule Contract with IBM Corp.IBM, the IBM logo and ibm.com are trademarksof International Business Machines Corp.,registered in many jurisdictions worldwide.SPSS, and PASW are trademarks of SPSS Inc.,an IBM Company, registered in many jurisdictions worldwide.Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and theWindows logo are trademarks of MicrosoftCorporation in the United States, other countries,or both.Other product and service names might betrademarks of IBM or other companies.This guide contains proprietary information whichis protected by copyright. No part of thisdocument may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another language without a legallicense agreement from IBM Corporation. Any references in this information to non-IBMWeb sites are provided for convenience only anddo not in any manner serve as an endorsementof those Web sites. The materials at those Websites are not part of the materials for this IBMproduct and use of those Web sites is at your own risk.
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
i
Table of Contents
LESSON 1: PREPARING DATA FOR MODELING ............................... 1-1
 
LESSON 2: DATA REDUCTION: PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS ........... 2-1
 
LESSON 3: DECISION TREES/RULE INDUCTION .............................. 3-1
 
LESSON 4: NEURAL NETWORKS .......................................................... 4-1
 
1.1
 
I
 NTRODUCTION
............................................................................................................. 1-2
 
1.2
 
C
LEANING
D
ATA
.......................................................................................................... 1-3
 
1.3
 
B
ALANCING
D
ATA
........................................................................................................ 1-4
 
1.4
 
 N
UMERIC
D
ATA
T
RANSFORMATIONS
.......................................................................... 1-6
 
1.5
 
B
INNING
D
ATA
V
ALUES
............................................................................................... 1-9
 
1.6
 
D
ATA
P
ARTITIONING
.................................................................................................. 1-12
 
1.7
 
A
 NOMALY
D
ETECTION
............................................................................................... 1-14
 
1.8
 
F
EATURE
S
ELECTION FOR 
M
ODELS
............................................................................ 1-19
 
S
UMMARY
E
XERCISES
............................................................................................................ 1-24
 
2.1
 
I
 NTRODUCTION
............................................................................................................. 2-1
 
2.2
 
U
SE OF
P
RINCIPAL
C
OMPONENTS FOR 
P
REDICTION
M
ODELING AND
C
LUSTER 
A
 NALYSES
................................................................................................................................ 2-1
 
2.3
 
W
HAT TO
L
OOK FOR 
W
HEN
UNNING
P
RINCIPAL
C
OMPONENTS OR 
F
ACTOR 
A
 NALYSIS
................................................................................................................................. 2-3
 
2.4
 
P
RINCIPLES
................................................................................................................... 2-3
 
2.5
 
F
ACTOR 
A
 NALYSIS VERSUS
P
RINCIPAL
C
OMPONENTS
A
 NALYSIS
............................... 2-4
 
2.6
 
 N
UMBER OF
C
OMPONENTS
........................................................................................... 2-4
 
2.7
 
OTATIONS
................................................................................................................... 2-5
 
2.8
 
C
OMPONENT
S
CORES
................................................................................................... 2-6
 
2.9
 
S
AMPLE
S
IZE
................................................................................................................ 2-6
 
2.10
 
M
ETHODS
..................................................................................................................... 2-6
 
2.11
 
O
VERALL
ECOMMENDATIONS
................................................................................... 2-7
 
2.12
 
E
XAMPLE
:
 
EGRESSION WITH
P
RINCIPAL
C
OMPONENTS
............................................ 2-7
 
S
UMMARY
E
XERCISES
............................................................................................................ 2-21
 
3.1
 
I
 NTRODUCTION
............................................................................................................. 3-1
 
3.2
 
C
OMPARISON OF
D
ECISION
T
REE
M
ODELS
.................................................................. 3-1
 
3.3
 
U
SING THE
C5.0
 
 N
ODE
................................................................................................. 3-3
 
3.4
 
V
IEWING THE
M
ODEL
................................................................................................... 3-7
 
3.5
 
G
ENERATING AND
B
ROWSING A
ULE
S
ET
................................................................ 3-14
 
3.6
 
U
 NDERSTANDING THE
ULE AND
D
ETERMINING
A
CCURACY
................................... 3-17
 
3.7
 
U
 NDERSTANDING THE
M
OST
I
MPORTANT
F
ACTORS IN
P
REDICTION
......................... 3-26
 
3.8
 
F
URTHER 
T
OPICS ON
C5.0
 
M
ODELING
....................................................................... 3-27
 
3.9
 
M
ODELING
C
ATEGORICAL
O
UTPUTS WITH
O
THER 
D
ECISION
T
REE
A
LGORITHMS
... 3-32
 
3.10
 
M
ODELING
C
ATEGORICAL
O
UTPUTS WITH
CHAID .................................................. 3-32
 
3.11
 
M
ODELING
C
ATEGORICAL
O
UTPUTS WITH
C&R 
 
T
REE
............................................. 3-39
 
3.12
 
M
ODELING
C
ATEGORICAL
O
UTPUTS WITH
QUEST .................................................. 3-45
 
3.13
 
P
REDICTING
C
ONTINUOUS
F
IELDS
............................................................................. 3-48
 
S
UMMARY
E
XERCISES
............................................................................................................ 3-56
 

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