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can someone help me with the data processing ?

tranductrungtranductrung Member Posts: 7 Newbie
I need to run, analyze this data to make predictions through deep learning specifically LSTM layer

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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    Perhaps share your .rpm file and state what you want to do?
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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    By doing it yourself, only then you will learn. This community is to help learning.
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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    When you split train and test data, your FILTER EXAMPLE RANGE is empty because you used 1 - 249 which is the size of your dataset. Lower this number to half maybe. You can use the BREAKPOINT AFTER to see the result of the FILTER EXAMPLE RANGE. hth
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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    And you also need to set the ID and the LABEL.
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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    Using process2.rmp, do these:
    1. Use GENERATE ID operator
    2. Use SET ROLE operator
     - set LABEL on the attribute you want to predict e.g. CLOSE
    3. Change the FILTER EXAMPLE RANGE to half
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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    Hi, 

    Use your file named process2.rmp and do these:
    1. Add GENERATE ID operator
    2. Add SET ROLE operator



     - in the parameters, set the CLOSE attribute with the role LABEL (if CLOSE is what you want to predict)




    3. Change the FILTER EXAMPLE RANGE to half


    hth


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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    How many neurons depends on what you want to do. You can refer to other works that are similar to your subject.

    hth
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    ruhailaruhaila Member Posts: 48 Guru
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    Honestly, I am not familiar with the subject. Perhaps try different runs of 5, 10, 20 neurons? I am just guessing here. hth

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