Baseline

    Contains

    Baseline values for objects in the dataset.

    Specification

    • List the baseline value for each object on a new line.
    • Use a tab as the delimiter to separate the columns on a line.
    • Use the RawFormulaVal prediction type of the model values as the baseline. Other prediction types are not supported.

    Row format

    • The first line contains the description of data in the corresponding column.

      Format:

          RawFormulaVal[<\t><other tab-separated columns>]
      

      other tab-separated columns can be set for auxiliary data (for example, for SampleId).

          RawFormulaVal:Class=<class_name_1><\t>...<\t>RawFormulaVal:Class=<class_name_N>[<\t><other tab-separated columns>]
      

      class_name_1...class_name_N are the names of corresponding classes. The order must match the one specified in the --classes-count parameter and in the model.

    • All the other lines contain baseline values for the objects of the input dataset. Specify the baseline value for the i-th object on the line numbered i+1.

      Format:

          <value>[<\t><other tab-separated data>]
      
          <value for class_name_1><\t>...<\t><value for class_name_N>[<\t><other tab-separated data]
      

      class_name_1...class_name_N are the names of corresponding classes.

    Example

    RawFormulaVal
    -2.036136239767074585e-01
    -2.093112945556640625e+00
    -1.437631964683532715e+00
    9.149890393018722534e-02