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Classify using support vector machine (SVM)
Group = svmclassify(SVMStruct,Sample)
Group = svmclassify(SVMStruct,Sample,'Showplot',true)
Group = svmclassify(SVMStruct,Sample) classifies each row of the data in Sample, a matrix of data, using the information in a support vector machine classifier structure SVMStruct, created using the svmtrain function. Like the training data used to create SVMStruct, Sample is a matrix where each row corresponds to an observation or replicate, and each column corresponds to a feature or variable. Therefore, Sample must have the same number of columns as the training data. This is because the number of columns defines the number of features. Group indicates the group to which each row of Sample has been assigned.
Group = svmclassify(SVMStruct,Sample,'Showplot',true) plots the Sample data in the figure created using the Showplot property with the svmtrain function. This plot appears only when the data is two-dimensional.
SVMStruct |
Support vector machine classifier structure created using the svmtrain function. |
Sample |
A matrix where each row corresponds to an observation or replicate, and each column corresponds to a feature or variable. Therefore, Sample must have the same number of columns as the training data. This is because the number of columns defines the dimensionality of the data space. |
Showplot |
Describes whether to display a plot of the classification. Displays only for 2-D problems. Follow with a Boolean argument: true to display the plot, false to give no display. |
Group |
Column vector with the same number of rows as Sample. Each entry (row) in Group represents the class of the corresponding row of Sample. |
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