This function visualizes the contribution of each feature regarding the predicted value. By default, multiple base learners defined on one feature are aggregated. If you want to show the contribution of single base learner, then set aggregate = FALSE.

plotIndividualContribution(
  cboost,
  newdata,
  aggregate = TRUE,
  colbreaks = c(-Inf, 0, Inf),
  collabels = c("negative", "positive"),
  nround = 2L,
  offset = TRUE
)

Arguments

cboost

[Compboost class]
A trained Compboost object.

newdata

[data.frame]
Data frame containing exactly one row holding the new observations.

aggregate

[logical(1L)]
Number of colored base learners added to the legend.

colbreaks

[numeric()]
Breaks to visualize/highlight different predicted values. Default creates different colors for positive and negative score values. If set to NULL no coloring is applied.

collabels

[character(length(colbreaks) - 1)]
Labels for the color breaks. If set to NULL intervals are used as labels.

nround

[integer(1L)]
Digit passed to round for labels (default is nround = 2L).

offset

[logical(1L)]
Flag to indicate whether the offset should be added to the figure or not.

Value

ggplot object containing the graphic.

Examples

dat = mtcars
fnum = c("cyl", "disp", "hp", "drat", "wt", "qsec")
fcat = c("vs", "am", "gear", "carb")
for (fn in fcat) dat[[fn]] = as.factor(dat[[fn]])

cboost = Compboost$new(data = dat, target = "mpg",
  loss = LossQuadratic$new())

for (fn in fnum) cboost$addComponents(fn, df = 3)
for (fn in fcat) cboost$addBaselearner(fn, "ridge", BaselearnerCategoricalRidge)
cboost$train(500L)
#>   1/500   risk = 16  
#>  12/500   risk = 7.9  
#>  24/500   risk = 4.6  
#>  36/500   risk = 3.4  
#>  48/500   risk = 3  
#>  60/500   risk = 2.7  
#>  72/500   risk = 2.6  
#>  84/500   risk = 2.6  
#>  96/500   risk = 2.5  
#> 108/500   risk = 2.5  
#> 120/500   risk = 2.4  
#> 132/500   risk = 2.4  
#> 144/500   risk = 2.4  
#> 156/500   risk = 2.3  
#> 168/500   risk = 2.3  
#> 180/500   risk = 2.3  
#> 192/500   risk = 2.3  
#> 204/500   risk = 2.3  
#> 216/500   risk = 2.2  
#> 228/500   risk = 2.2  
#> 240/500   risk = 2.2  
#> 252/500   risk = 2.2  
#> 264/500   risk = 2.2  
#> 276/500   risk = 2.2  
#> 288/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 300/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 312/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 324/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 336/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 348/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 360/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 372/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 384/500   risk = 2.1  
#> 396/500   risk = 2  
#> 408/500   risk = 2  
#> 420/500   risk = 2  
#> 432/500   risk = 2  
#> 444/500   risk = 2  
#> 456/500   risk = 2  
#> 468/500   risk = 2  
#> 480/500   risk = 2  
#> 492/500   risk = 2  
#> 
#> 
#> Train 500 iterations in 0 Seconds.
#> Final risk based on the train set: 2
#> 
cbreaks = c(-Inf, -0.1, 0.1, Inf)
clabs   = c("bad", "middle", "good")
plotIndividualContribution(cboost, dat[10, ], colbreaks = cbreaks,
  collabels = clabs)

plotIndividualContribution(cboost, dat[10, ], offset = FALSE,
  colbreaks = cbreaks, collabels = clabs)