partition.tree

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Plot the Partitions of a simple Tree Model

Plot the partitions of a tree involving one or two variables.

Keywords
hplot, tree
Usage
partition.tree(tree, label = "yval", add = FALSE, ordvars, ...)
Arguments
tree

A object of class "tree".

label

A character string giving the column of the frame component of tree to be used to label the regions.

add

If true, add to existing plot, otherwise start a new plot.

ordvars

The ordering of the variables to be used in a 2D plot. Specify the names in a character string of length 2; the first will be used on the x axis.

Graphical parameters.

Details

This can be used with a regression or classification tree containing one or two continuous predictors (only).

If the tree contains one predictor, the predicted value (a regression tree) or the probability of the first class (a classification tree) is plotted against the predictor over its range in the training set.

If the tree contains two predictors, a plot is made of the space covered by those two predictors and the partition made by the tree is superimposed.

Value

None.

See Also

tree

Aliases
  • partition.tree
Examples
# NOT RUN {
ir.tr <- tree(Species ~., iris)
ir.tr
ir.tr1 <- snip.tree(ir.tr, nodes = c(12, 7))
summary(ir.tr1)
par(pty = "s")
plot(iris[, 3],iris[, 4], type="n",
     xlab="petal length", ylab="petal width")
text(iris[, 3], iris[, 4], c("s", "c", "v")[iris[, 5]])
partition.tree(ir.tr1, add = TRUE, cex = 1.5)

# 1D example
ir.tr <- tree(Petal.Width ~ Petal.Length, iris)
plot(iris[,3], iris[,4], type="n", xlab="Length", ylab="Width")
partition.tree(ir.tr, add = TRUE, cex = 1.5)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package tree, version 1.0-40, License: GPL-2 | GPL-3

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