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"Filtering Multiple Attributes"

hgwelechgwelec Member Posts: 31 Maven
edited May 2019 in Help
Hello,


Suppose we have a dataset with the following attributes

Age
Profession
Income
NumberOfChildren
...
...
...
class


How can i remove from analysis , attributes "Age" and "Profession" without using multiple operators (ie two AttributeFilter operators). If it can be done could someone give me an example?




Many Thanks


Harry
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    haddockhaddock Member Posts: 849 Maven
    Bonjour!

    Try using the operator "FeatureNameFilter" and use  "Age|Profession" as the value for the parameter "skip_features_with_name"

    Actually there is probably a much more cryptic regex that will also do the job, but I'm too lazy to work it out....

    Allez!
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    hgwelechgwelec Member Posts: 31 Maven
    Found it :


    Use a FeatureNameFilter operator and write the following on the'skip_features_with_name' field :

    (Age|Profession)
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    hgwelechgwelec Member Posts: 31 Maven
    Thanks!!  :)
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