knearest neighbor classification
A nearestneighbor classification object, where both distance
metric ("nearest") and number of neighbors can be altered.
The object classifies new observations using the predict
method.
The object contains the data used for training, so can compute resubstitution
predictions.
returns
a classification model based on the input variables (also known as
predictors, features, or attributes) in the table mdl
= fitcknn(Tbl
,ResponseVarName
)Tbl
and
output (response) Tbl.ResponseVarName
.
returns
a classification model based on the predictor data and class labels
in the table mdl
= fitcknn(Tbl
,formula
)Tbl
. formula
is
an explanatory model of the response and a subset of predictor variables
in Tbl
used for training.
returns
a classification model based on the input variables (also known as
predictors, features, or attributes) in the table mdl
= fitcknn(Tbl
,Y
)Tbl
and
output (response) Y
.
returns
a classification model based on the input variables mdl
= fitcknn(X
,Y
)X
and
output (response) Y
.
fits
a model with additional options specified by one or more namevalue
pair arguments, using any of the previous syntaxes. For example, you
can specify the tiebreaking algorithm, distance metric, or observation
weights.mdl
= fitcknn(___,Name,Value
)

Character vector specifying the method
Change  

Specification of which predictors are categorical.
 

List of elements in the training data Change  

Square matrix, where Change a  

Character vector or function handle specifying the distance
metric. The allowable character vectors depend on the
For definitions, see Distance Metrics. The distance metrics of
Change If  

Character vector or function handle specifying the distance weighting function.
Change  

Additional parameter for the distance metric.
For values of the distance metric other than those in the table, You can alter  

Expanded predictor names, stored as a cell array of character vectors. If the model uses encoding for categorical variables, then  

Description of the crossvalidation optimization of hyperparameters,
stored as a
 

Logical value indicating whether Change  

Parameters used in training  

Numeric vector of predictor means with length If you did not standardize  

Positive integer specifying the number of nearest neighbors
in  

Number of observations used in training  

Cell array of names for the predictor variables, in the order
in which they appear in the training data  

Numeric vector of prior probabilities for each class. The order
of the elements of Add or change a  

Character vector describing the response variable  

Numeric vector of predictor standard deviations with length If you did not standardize  

Numeric vector of nonnegative weights with the same number of
rows as  

Numeric matrix of unstandardized predictor values. Each column
of  

A numeric vector, vector of categorical variables, logical vector,
character array, or cell array of character vectors, with the same
number of rows as

compareHoldout  Compare accuracies of two models using new data 
crossval  Crossvalidated knearest neighbor classifier 
edge  Edge of knearest neighbor classifier 
loss  Loss of knearest neighbor classifier 
margin  Margin of knearest neighbor classifier 
predict  Predict labels using knearest neighbor classification model 
resubEdge  Edge of knearest neighbor classifier by resubstitution 
resubLoss  Loss of knearest neighbor classifier by resubstitution 
resubMargin  Margin of knearest neighbor classifier by resubstitution 
resubPredict  Predict resubstitution response of knearest neighbor classifier 
Value. To learn how value classes affect copy operations, see Copying Objects (MATLAB) in the MATLAB^{®} documentation.
The compact
function reduces the size of
most classification models by removing the training data properties,
and any other properties that are not required to predict the label
of new observations. Because kNN classification
models require all of the training data to predict labels, you cannot
reduce the size of a ClassificationKNN
model.
knnsearch
finds the knearest
neighbors of points. rangesearch
finds
all the points within a fixed distance. You can use these functions
for classification, as shown in Classify Query Data. If you want
to perform classification, ClassificationKNN
can
be more convenient, in that you can construct a classifier in one
step and classify in other steps. Also, ClassificationKNN
has
crossvalidation options.