prp(model, type=2, extra=106, nn=TRUE)
We now take our favourite plot (type=2 and extra=106) and explore some of the other options available for rpart.plot::prp() from .
Here we add the node numbers as they appear in the textual version of the model, and also often for rule sets generated from the decision tree.
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