Visual Decision Tree
A visual representation of a model can often be more insightful than the printed textual representation. A decision tree model can readily be visualised as a tree structure as we will see. The tree is read from top to bottom, traversing the path corresponding to the answer to the question presented at each node. The leaf node has the final decision together with the class probabilities.
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