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used multiple methods

asiddiqasiddiq Member Posts: 25 Contributor II
Dear,

I want to apply multiple methods to run a model; I want to apply Self Organizing Map (SOM), Spatial Temporal-Density-Based Spatial Clustering of Applications with Noise (ST-DBSCAN), and  Local Interpretable Model-Agnostic Explanations (LIME).


Should I put all my variables in one Excel file or I have to use "Joint" to connect all my tables?

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    kaymankayman Member Posts: 662 Unicorn
    What is the actual question? Is it about how to use multiple models or on how to prepare your data upfront using tables and excel?
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    asiddiqasiddiq Member Posts: 25 Contributor II
    it is two questions:
    1. how I use multiple methods (SOM), (ST-DBSCAN), and (LIME)?
    2. Should I make all my variables in one Excel file or no needs?
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    asiddiqasiddiq Member Posts: 25 Contributor II
    BalazsBarany,
    I want to build a model that predicts the Dengue fever transmission. I have the following tables:
    1. Dengue fever patients data.
    2. Weather data.
    3. Satellite images for the target location.
    4. Population Data.
     I want to (custering+find missing) data using these algorithms together ((SOM)+(ST-DBSCAN)), then I want to use (LIME) method for the output to explain the results.

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