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Enterprise Miner Tree Desktop Application

Release 9.1.33 - Updated JUN 2008

The Enterprise MinerTM Tree Desktop Application is a Windows® application for interactively training or just viewing decision trees created with the Decision Tree node of Enterprise Miner. In SAS mode, the thin client Application offers complete control over the creation of a tree, including complete specification of all splitting rules. In Results Viewer mode, the Application displays more than fourteen tables and graphs in separate windows that may be independently arranged. Clicking on a variable, node, or subtree in one window automatically updates and selects the corresponding items in the other windows.

In release 9.1.33, a splitting rule from one node may be copied with its branches to another leaf. A stored tree may also be appended to a leaf. Other recent enhancements include the ability to export all graphics to a jpg file, the ability to collapse and expand nodes in a tree display, and choice of displaying variables labels or names.

The Tree Desktop Application 9.1.33 SAS mode requires connecting to a server with SAS 9.1.3 and Enterprise Miner 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, or 5.3 or connecting to SAS Enteprise Miner for the Desktop EM 5.2 or EM 5.3 in order to create a new decision tree. However, Results Viewer mode will display a tree created with Enterprise Miner 3.1 or later by simply dragging the tree data set onto the Application. Results Viewer mode works without SAS being present. The Desktop Application 9.1.33 is not backward compatible for credit scoring. Users of EM 5.2 Credit Scoring should not install the Tree Desktop Application 9.1.33; the Interactive Grouping Node will no longer work.

The Tree Desktop Application 9.1.33 comes with Enterprise Miner 5.3. Enterprise Miner 4.3, 5.1, and 5.2 will automatically invoke 9.1.33 when installed.

The Application runs on Windows ® 2000, Windows®2003, and Windows® XP (with SP1a) without using the SAS® System and without requiring the SAS System to be installed. If SAS is not installed, then it must be installed on a server in order to create a new tree. The Tree Desktop Application version 9.1.33 does not run on Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, or Windows Vista.

When installing on Windows® XP with SP1, an error similar to the following may appear when the install or the System Requirements Wizard finishes: "Instruction at "0x4fef10a2" referenced memory at 0x00168bb0. The memory could not be "read."" Ignore this message. The message does not appear with SP2 or after installing a Microsoft patch to SP1 from this page.

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Enterprise Miner Tree Desktop Application
PlatformDescriptionRequest DownloadSizeRelease DateReadME
Windows XP, Windows 2000 & Windows Server 2003Enterprise Miner Tree Desktop ApplicationEMTreeDesktopApplication.exe24.3 MB2008-06pdf | txt
Windows XP, Windows 2000 & Windows Server 2003Systems Requirement Wizard for Enterprise Miner Tree Desktop ApplicationSRWforEMTree.exe48.8 MB2007-12pdf | txt

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