Images from Random Forest Shiny app

Here are some screenshots of a random forest app I’ve been developing in R using the shiny and RandomForest packages. The app allows the user to conveniently run a random forest recursive partitioning algorithm from a web GUI on a provided example dataset for the purpose of showcasing the use of random forest in R and a variety of graphical and tabular displays of model output and statistical results. Eventually I would like to provide the ability for users to input their own data, but for now the app provides example data to show some of what can be done with random forest in R and integration with the Shiny package. A more complete post will follow.

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