But I agree with maryam, after you find the coefficients for the training data, it should be used to test and classify another data which is missed the class label.
It is great if it is contains a testing part.
parmin, I have the same issue, I put class label as "?", then this will come out. I think it considers single character as Character in java, not String, that's why this happened. I don't know how to solve this yet
I understand why this error appear.
??? Java exception occurred:
java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Character cannot be cast to
Error in ==> matlab2weka at 37
when I want to send a single character such as "f" for values this errors caused. but for more than 1 character such as "no" there is no problem!
is there anybody to know how to do for single characters?
I modified weka and added a new classification function to its functions.
but I need this function to my works in matlab but i can not read this function in matlab environment and i have a problem in classpath for this modified weka in matlab...please help me...thanks in advance ...ARAM