R brut


4 Responses to “R brut”

  1. Where is the data, and where is the R-code used here?

    • Ah, ah…! This is why it is brut and why it is art! I liked the way the output looked like a map of an old city with labyrinthine mews… The data and the R command are better kept hidden. The reference is our ABC random forest paper.

      • Dear Xi’an, thank you for the reference to the paper! Maybe when you publish you will be able to disclose the R script and data, or possibly some other example.

  2. I do not agree with the “art brut” aspect of this poor graphical representation.

    The author….

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