set


SYNOPSIS

set  {field_list=<comma/hyphen separated list>  \
    attribute={INCLUDED | EXCLUDED}  \
    | object_list=<comma/hyphen separated list>  \
    attribute={TRAININGSET | EXCLUDED | TESTSET} \
    | id_list=<comma/hyphen separated list>  \
    attribute={TRAININGSET | EXCLUDED | TESTSET}}


DESCRIPTION

The set keyword is used to set fields as excluded from the analysis (attribute=EXCLUDED) without actually removing them permanently as would happen with the remove_fields command; in fact, subsequently they can be reactivated setting attribute=INCLUDED. The set keyword may also operate on objects, setting them as excluded (attribute=EXCLUDED) without actually removing them permanently as would happen with the remove_objects command. Additionally, in the case of objects the attribute parameter can assume two more values, namely TRAININGSET (which is a synonym of INCLUDED) and TESTSET, which respectively set objects as belonging to the training set or to the test set.

EXAMPLES

# the following commands assign objects from 1 to 20 to the training set, and objects from 21 to 26 to the test set
set  object_list=1-20  attribute=TRAININGSET
set  object_list=21-26  attribute=TESTSET

# the following command temporarily sets as inactive field 1
set  field_list=1  attribute=EXCLUDED

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