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FIR le 17 Avr 2012
Modifié(e) : UMA RAMASAMY le 21 Mai 2019
hi can anyone tell how to implement c4.5 algorithm plz for fisheris data ,is there any code for it

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Ilya le 17 Avr 2012
Statistics Toolbox provides a decision tree implementation based on the book Classification and Regression Trees by Breiman et al (CART). If you have MATLAB 11a or later, do 'doc ClassificationTree' and 'doc RegressionTree'. If you have an older version, do 'doc classregtree'.
The CART algorithm is different from C4.5.
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Ilya le 18 Avr 2012
I don't understand your question. Try asking it again using proper grammar.
FIR le 19 Avr 2012
u said c4.5 is different from cart,can i use calssregtree for c4.5 classification
second question is
i get error
Error using classperf (line 244)
When class labels of the CP object is a cell array of strings and
the classifier output is a numeric array, it must contain valid
indices of the class labels or NaNs for inconclusive results.
i posted this question many times but i did not get reply please answer

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Muhammad Aasem
Muhammad Aasem le 25 Mai 2012
I found the following source code for C4.5 algorithm. I hope it works for you:
function test_targets = C4_5(train_patterns, train_targets, test_patterns, inc_node)
% Classify using Quinlan's C4.5 algorithm
% Inputs:
% training_patterns - Train patterns
% training_targets - Train targets
% test_patterns - Test patterns
% inc_node - Percentage of incorrectly assigned samples at a node
% Outputs
% test_targets - Predicted targets
%NOTE: In this implementation it is assumed that a pattern vector with fewer than 10 unique values (the parameter Nu)
%is discrete, and will be treated as such. Other vectors will be treated as continuous
[Ni, M] = size(train_patterns);
inc_node = inc_node*M/100;
Nu = 10;
%Find which of the input patterns are discrete, and discretisize the corresponding
%dimension on the test patterns
discrete_dim = zeros(1,Ni);
for i = 1:Ni,
Ub = unique(train_patterns(i,:));
Nb = length(Ub);
if (Nb <= Nu),
%This is a discrete pattern
discrete_dim(i) = Nb;
dist = abs(ones(Nb ,1)*test_patterns(i,:) - Ub'*ones(1, size(test_patterns,2)));
[m, in] = min(dist);
test_patterns(i,:) = Ub(in);
%Build the tree recursively
disp('Building tree')
tree = make_tree(train_patterns, train_targets, inc_node, discrete_dim, max(discrete_dim), 0);
%Classify test samples
disp('Classify test samples using the tree')
test_targets = use_tree(test_patterns, 1:size(test_patterns,2), tree, discrete_dim, unique(train_targets));
function targets = use_tree(patterns, indices, tree, discrete_dim, Uc)
%Classify recursively using a tree
targets = zeros(1, size(patterns,2));
if (tree.dim == 0)
%Reached the end of the tree
targets(indices) = tree.child;
%This is not the last level of the tree, so:
%First, find the dimension we are to work on
dim = tree.dim;
dims= 1:size(patterns,1);
%And classify according to it
if (discrete_dim(dim) == 0),
%Continuous pattern
in = indices(find(patterns(dim, indices) <= tree.split_loc));
targets = targets + use_tree(patterns(dims, :), in, tree.child(1), discrete_dim(dims), Uc);
in = indices(find(patterns(dim, indices) > tree.split_loc));
targets = targets + use_tree(patterns(dims, :), in, tree.child(2), discrete_dim(dims), Uc);
%Discrete pattern
Uf = unique(patterns(dim,:));
for i = 1:length(Uf),
if any(Uf(i) == tree.Nf) %Has this sort of data appeared before? If not, do nothing
in = indices(find(patterns(dim, indices) == Uf(i)));
targets = targets + use_tree(patterns(dims, :), in, tree.child(find(Uf(i)==tree.Nf)), discrete_dim(dims), Uc);
%END use_tree
function tree = make_tree(patterns, targets, inc_node, discrete_dim, maxNbin, base)
%Build a tree recursively
[Ni, L] = size(patterns);
Uc = unique(targets);
tree.dim = 0;
%tree.child(1:maxNbin) = zeros(1,maxNbin);
tree.split_loc = inf;
if isempty(patterns),
%When to stop: If the dimension is one or the number of examples is small
if ((inc_node > L) | (L == 1) | (length(Uc) == 1)),
H = hist(targets, length(Uc));
[m, largest] = max(H);
tree.Nf = [];
tree.split_loc = [];
tree.child = Uc(largest);
%Compute the node's I
for i = 1:length(Uc),
Pnode(i) = length(find(targets == Uc(i))) / L;
Inode = -sum(Pnode.*log(Pnode)/log(2));
%For each dimension, compute the gain ratio impurity
%This is done separately for discrete and continuous patterns
delta_Ib = zeros(1, Ni);
split_loc = ones(1, Ni)*inf;
for i = 1:Ni,
data = patterns(i,:);
Ud = unique(data);
Nbins = length(Ud);
if (discrete_dim(i)),
%This is a discrete pattern
P = zeros(length(Uc), Nbins);
for j = 1:length(Uc),
for k = 1:Nbins,
indices = find((targets == Uc(j)) & (patterns(i,:) == Ud(k)));
P(j,k) = length(indices);
Pk = sum(P);
P = P/L;
Pk = Pk/sum(Pk);
info = sum(-P.*log(eps+P)/log(2));
delta_Ib(i) = (Inode-sum(Pk.*info))/-sum(Pk.*log(eps+Pk)/log(2));
%This is a continuous pattern
P = zeros(length(Uc), 2);
%Sort the patterns
[sorted_data, indices] = sort(data);
sorted_targets = targets(indices);
%Calculate the information for each possible split
I = zeros(1, L-1);
for j = 1:L-1,
%for k =1:length(Uc),
% P(k,1) = sum(sorted_targets(1:j) == Uc(k));
% P(k,2) = sum(sorted_targets(j+1:end) == Uc(k));
P(:, 1) = hist(sorted_targets(1:j) , Uc);
P(:, 2) = hist(sorted_targets(j+1:end) , Uc);
Ps = sum(P)/L;
P = P/L;
Pk = sum(P);
P1 = repmat(Pk, length(Uc), 1);
P1 = P1 + eps*(P1==0);
info = sum(-P.*log(eps+P./P1)/log(2));
I(j) = Inode - sum(info.*Ps);
[delta_Ib(i), s] = max(I);
split_loc(i) = sorted_data(s);
%Find the dimension minimizing delta_Ib
[m, dim] = max(delta_Ib);
dims = 1:Ni;
tree.dim = dim;
%Split along the 'dim' dimension
Nf = unique(patterns(dim,:));
Nbins = length(Nf);
tree.Nf = Nf;
tree.split_loc = split_loc(dim);
%If only one value remains for this pattern, one cannot split it.
if (Nbins == 1)
H = hist(targets, length(Uc));
[m, largest] = max(H);
tree.Nf = [];
tree.split_loc = [];
tree.child = Uc(largest);
if (discrete_dim(dim)),
%Discrete pattern
for i = 1:Nbins,
indices = find(patterns(dim, :) == Nf(i));
tree.child(i) = make_tree(patterns(dims, indices), targets(indices), inc_node, discrete_dim(dims), maxNbin, base);
%Continuous pattern
indices1 = find(patterns(dim,:) <= split_loc(dim));
indices2 = find(patterns(dim,:) > split_loc(dim));
if ~(isempty(indices1) | isempty(indices2))
tree.child(1) = make_tree(patterns(dims, indices1), targets(indices1), inc_node, discrete_dim(dims), maxNbin, base+1);
tree.child(2) = make_tree(patterns(dims, indices2), targets(indices2), inc_node, discrete_dim(dims), maxNbin, base+1);
H = hist(targets, length(Uc));
[m, largest] = max(H);
tree.child = Uc(largest);
tree.dim = 0;
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Samir Darouich
Samir Darouich le 11 Jan 2016
Muhammad Aasem is this matlab code for C4.5 algorithm available for all types of clasifications induction trees (I mean is it general)? or it's available for a concrete aplication? and I'de like you to give a brief explanation please if you can.
UMA RAMASAMY le 21 Mai 2019
Modifié(e) : UMA RAMASAMY le 21 Mai 2019
for muhammad aasem c4.5 coding ...how to give input and output for these function using iris dataset. can anyone help me?

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Ilya le 19 Avr 2012
I don't know if you can use classregtree for "c4.5 classification". If you are looking for a decision tree implementation, you can use classregtree. If you are looking specifically for the C4.5 algorithm, obviously you cannot use classregtree. If you don't know enough to choose one algorithm over the other, perhaps you should use whatever is readily available, that is, classregtree.
I am not going to answer your 2nd question in this thread. I'll note however that the error message gives you a clue. classperf expects class indices, and you are giving it what exactly?
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FIR le 20 Avr 2012
Illay a i tried everything but could not find a solution thats y posted this question

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fzsal le 27 Avr 2015
please how can i have my rules from this tree built by C4.5?


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