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Logistic Regression(Radial kernel) weights -> Implementation question
For the binary classification problem that I've been working on, I've chosen Logistic Regression with Radial Kernel, which after some tuning has given me some really good result(AUC: 0.9xx)
Now, I'd like to be able to implement this model in an application using a programming language (without involving Rapidminer) and make use of it in production.
While the documentation mentions that the radial kernel "is defined by exp(-g ||x-y||^2) where g is the gamma", it is not as clear as to how the weights generated by Rapidminer correspond to the equation.
I'd like to be able to use the model results (weights provided by RapidMiner), in the corresponding Logit+Kernel equation that gives me a probability from 0-1 (as the standard logistic regression provides)
I'm trying to figure this out on my own, but am really stuck here. Since I've already spent enough time to tune the model, I was hoping that making use of the model results would have been straightforward.
Can anybody provide any sort of pointers (or pseudocode if possible) on how the weights resulted by the Logistic Regression(Kernel: Radial) can be implemented outside of Rapidminer (doesn't have to code, just an equation would be fine)