Forms predictions from a multi-layer perceptron neural network fitted by
|Controls fitted output (
||Details of the network|
NNPREDICT forms predictions using a neural network fitted by
NNFIT. The type of neural network fitted by
NNFIT is a fully-connected feed-forward multi-layer perceptron with a single hidden layer. This network starts with a row of nodes, one for each input variable (i.e. x-variate), which are all connected to every node in the hidden layer. The nodes in the hidden layer are then all connected to the output node in the final, output layer.
Details of the fit and the structure of the neural network must be supplied using the
SAVE parameter. This must have been saved using the
SAVE parameter of
NNFIT. If this is not set, the output is from the most recent network fitted by
NNFIT. The values of the input variates to be used to calculate the predictions are supplied, in a pointer, using the
X parameter. The variates in the pointer must be in exactly the same order as the equivalent variates in the pointer defined for the
X parameter in the original
The output is controlled by the
||a description of the network (number of input variables, nodes etc.),|
NNPREDICT uses the function
nagdmc_predict_mlp from the Numerical Algorithms Group’s library of Data Mining Components (DMCs).
Commands for: Data mining.
" Example NNPR-1: Forms predictions from a multi-layer perceptron neural network fitted by NNFIT." " This example predicts the values at the means of the data, after using NNFIT to fit a multi-layer perceptron neural network with five hidden layers, a hyperbolic activation function in the hidden layer and a linear activation function in the output layer." " The data are in a file called iris.GSH and contain the data from Fisher's Iris data set." SPLOAD [PRINT=*] '%GENDIR%/Data/iris.GSH' POINTER [VALUES=Sepal_Length,Sepal_Width,Petal_Length,Petal_Width] Measures CALC yval = NEWLEVELS(Species) NNFIT [PRINT=description,estimates,summary; NHIDDEN=5;\ HIDDENMETHOD=hyperbolictangent; OUTPUTMETHOD=linear; SEED=12]\ Y=yval; X=Measures VARI [NVAL=1] vmeasures[1...4] CALC vmeasures$ = MEAN(Measures) NNPREDICT [PRINT = desc, pred] X=vmeasures; PRED=p1