Random Forests

Random Forests is a mainstream machine learning algorithm that is worth being implemented in XLSTAT. Maybe the XLSTAT decision trees code could be used as a baseline to develop Random Forests?

  • Jean Paul Maalouf
  • Jul 25 2016
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    Efthalia Anagnostou commented
    22 Jan, 2018 03:23pm

    hello @Steven and @Jim, RF is now available in the new XLSTAT version 2018.1! Check out at https://www.xlstat.com/en/solutions/features/classification-and%20regression-random-forest

  • Guest commented
    26 Dec, 2017 04:01pm

    What's the good up with this?? 

  • Guest commented
    26 Dec, 2017 04:00pm

    What is the hold up on this??? 

  • Guest commented
    28 Nov, 2017 05:36pm

    please add random forests

  • Jean Paul Maalouf commented
    21 Oct, 2016 07:15am

    @ha ad RF is not available yet in XLSTAT, but it hopefully will be. It is part of our current development projects. Meanwhile you may enjoy playing with classification / regression trees in XLSTAT: https://help.xlstat.com/customer/en/portal/articles/2062258-classification-tree-in-excel-tutorial?b_id=9283

  • Guest commented
    20 Oct, 2016 06:59pm

    Random Forests is available on Xlstat

  • Evans Mutuma commented
    4 Oct, 2016 05:42am

    This is extremely useful in predictive analysis. It will really be an important move

  • Massimo Cealti commented
    22 Sep, 2016 07:07am

    a must. everyone talks about AI these days

  • Andrew Rypel commented
    9 Sep, 2016 12:07am

    Yeah, I've been waiting for this one to come along into xlstat. It would be very useful.

  • Adriano CRUZ commented
    5 Aug, 2016 08:48pm

    I agree with this.