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getting Class variable not set

M Peter Jurkat

getting "Class attribute not set" - not sure what that means - trying to cluster a data set with both numeric and categorical variable but don't want the ID nor the target/dependent variable of the data set to influence the clusters - using filteredClusterer with AddClassifier filter so that each observation is labeled with its class - and SimpleKMeans - is this incompatible with using both categorical and numerical variables? - peter j


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M Peter Jurkat

got it running - rebuilt the .csv file from the original .xlsx file with the target variable last - but now I cannot find where the data set is that has the new nominal variable that shows to which class the instance belongs - p


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getting "Class attribute not set" - not sure what that means - trying to cluster a data set with both numeric and categorical variable but don't want the ID nor the target/dependent variable of the data set to influence the clusters - using filteredClusterer with AddClassifier filter so that each observation is labeled with its class - and SimpleKMeans - is this incompatible with using both categorical and numerical variables? - peter j


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M Peter Jurkat

found the filter settings that get this done so I'm good now - p


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got it running - rebuilt the .csv file from the original .xlsx file with the target variable last - but now I cannot find where the data set is that has the new nominal variable that shows to which class the instance belongs - p


From: [hidden email] <[hidden email]> on behalf of M Peter Jurkat <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2017 5:04:20 PM
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Subject: [Wekalist] getting Class variable not set
 

getting "Class attribute not set" - not sure what that means - trying to cluster a data set with both numeric and categorical variable but don't want the ID nor the target/dependent variable of the data set to influence the clusters - using filteredClusterer with AddClassifier filter so that each observation is labeled with its class - and SimpleKMeans - is this incompatible with using both categorical and numerical variables? - peter j


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