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Can't see the trees for the forest: The benefits of using Random Forests analysis method

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Can't see the trees for the forest : The benefits of using Random Forests analysis method. / Mills, Emma.

2019. Lancaster University Psychology PhD Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Mills, E 2019, 'Can't see the trees for the forest: The benefits of using Random Forests analysis method', Lancaster University Psychology PhD Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 28/06/19 - 28/06/19.

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Mills, E. (2019). Can't see the trees for the forest: The benefits of using Random Forests analysis method. Lancaster University Psychology PhD Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Mills E. Can't see the trees for the forest: The benefits of using Random Forests analysis method. 2019. Lancaster University Psychology PhD Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Mills, Emma. / Can't see the trees for the forest : The benefits of using Random Forests analysis method. Lancaster University Psychology PhD Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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abstract = "As Psychologists, we are often interested in interaction effects that are small in size. Finding these, however, is a challenge, with even the most advanced statistical methods falling foul of multi collinearity, order effects, singularity and model non-convergence. I share my experience of the Random Forest approach - it allows me to enter all my predictors, co-linear and all, deals with non-normal distributions intuitively and can also assist in variable selection if I ask it to.",
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