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check the attachements Please read the instructions and questions carefully in ” Assignment_4_2023_Fall.pdf” file and use “Auto.csv” to

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Please read the instructions and questions carefully in ” Assignment_4_2023_Fall.pdf” file and use “Auto.csv” to finish the assignment. You should submit both 1) an R code ; 2) A PDF report with answers through the link “Submit Assignment 4 Here”

Guidelines:

· Use only R for this assignment

· Submit both R code and Report on findings

· Work is to be done individually for this assignment

Fitting a Classification Tree

1.
This problem involves the OJ data set which is part of the ISLR package (
Hint: the first three lines of codes should be: library (tree), library (ISLR), attach (OJ)).

1.1 Create a training set containing a random sample of 800 observations, and a test set containing the remaining observations. Take a screenshot of your code. (Hint: set.seed (2), train=sample())

1.2 Fit a tree to
the training data, with
Purchase as the response and the other variables as predictors. Use the summary( ) function to produce summary statistics about the tree. Take a screenshot of the summary statistics. How many terminal nodes does the tree have? What is the training misclassification error rate?

1.3 Plot the tree and take a screenshot of the tree (Hint: plot() and text())

1.4 Predict the response on the test data, and produce a confusion matrix comparing the test labels to the predicted test labels. What is the accuracy rate?

1.5 Apply the cv.tree() function to the training set in order to determine the optimal tree size. (Use set.seed(7)). Print the results (Hint: the results should contain the size, k, method etc).

1.6 Produce a plot with tree size (i.e. size) on the x-axis and cross-validated classification error rate (i.e. dev) on the y-axis.

1.7 Which tree size corresponds to the lowest cross-validated classification error rate (i.e. dev)?

1.8 Produce a pruned tree corresponding to the optimal tree size obtained using cross-validation. Take a screenshot of a pruned tree. What is the accuracy rate for the pruned tree? Is it improved compared to the accuracy rate in (1.4)?

1.9 If cross-validation does not lead to selection of a pruned tree (i.e. the accuracy rate produced in (1.8) is lower than the one in (1.4)), then create a pruned tree with five terminal nodes. What is the accuracy rate now?

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Fitting a Regression Tree

2.
In the lab, a classification tree was applied to the Carseats data set after converting Sales into a qualitative response variable. Now we will seek to predict Sales using regression trees and related approaches, treating the response as a quantitative variable.

2.1 Using the validation-set approach to split the data set into a training set and a test set (Hint:
use set.seed(2); validation-set approach: half of the observations are selected as the training dataset while half of observations are treated as the test dataset). Take a screenshot of your code.

2.2 Fit a regression tree to the training set.

a) Use summary () to print out the results. How many terminal nodes do you get? What is RMD (Residual Mean Deviance)?

b) Plot the tree and take a screenshot of the tree;

c) What test MSE do you obtain?

2.3 Use cross-validation in order to determine the optimal level of tree complexity (use set.seed(2)).

a) Produce a plot with tree size on the x-axis and cross-validated classification error rate on the y-axis.

b) What is the optimal level of tree complexity?

c) Using the optimal level of tree size to prune the tree, does pruning the tree improve the test MSE?

2.4 Use the bagging approach in order to analyze this data. Take a screenshot of the results. What test MSE do you obtain? (Hint: use set.seed (1);
mtry=10 since we have 10 predictors in Carseats dataset and we use all of the predictors in the bagging approach).

2.5 Use random forests to analyze this data.

a) What test MSE do you obtain? (Hint: use set.seed(1);
mtry=10/3 since we usually use 1/3 of the predictors when building a random forest of regression trees)

b) Use the importance() function to determine which variables are most important. Take a screenshot of your results.

c) Plots of these importance measures can be produced using the varImpPlot() function. Take a screenshot of your output.

d) So which variables are most important?

What to submit:

1. R code.

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2. Report.

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Should include all the code to accomplish the tasks.

Clear and concise comments to indicate what part of the assignment each code chunk pertains to.

Code should be easily readable.

Filename should be in the format of: LastnameFirstname_A4.R

Take screenshots of your outputs in R Studio and answer all the questions. Submit in PDF format.

Answers questions clearly and concisely.

Includes appropriate plots. Make sure the plots are properly labeled.

The assignment will be graded on the correctness of the answers, comprehensiveness of the analysis, clarity of results’ presentation and neatness of the report.

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