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madhurima bhattacharjee
Hello Everybody,

I would like to know how to interpret the result of nnet function of R.
My result looks like this:

# weights:  24
initial  value 6.533893
iter  10 value 4.616299
iter  20 value 4.616120
iter  30 value 4.616109
iter  30 value 4.616109
final  value 4.616109
converged
    cres
true  1
   1 10
   2  3

Can anyone please help me asap?

Thanks and Regards,
Madhurima.

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Re: nnet

Brian Ripley
Please do not post repeatedly to multiple lists.  (I have removed
Bioconductor from this reply, and this repeats
https://stat.ethz.ch/pipermail/r-help/2005-December/083391.html.)

That output is not from nnet: the first 10 lines are trace msgs from nnet,
but no nnet output is shown.  (It looks like a confusion matrix, but only
you know how you generated it.)

See also the comments at the end of this reply.

  - The uncredited author of nnet


On Wed, 21 Dec 2005, madhurima bhattacharjee wrote:

> Hello Everybody,
>
> I would like to know how to interpret the result of nnet function of R.
> My result looks like this:
>
> # weights:  24
> initial  value 6.533893
> iter  10 value 4.616299
> iter  20 value 4.616120
> iter  30 value 4.616109
> iter  30 value 4.616109
> final  value 4.616109
> converged
>    cres
> true  1
>   1 10
>   2  3
>
> Can anyone please help me asap?

> Thanks and Regards,
> Madhurima.

> PLEASE do read the posting guide! http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html

That really does apply to you.

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