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Ray Hoare

Using CHAID for Classification Problems

The author believes that CHAID analysis could be much more widely used than it is, as a tool for exploring commercial and scientific data. Two examples will be presented, one of which is based on real-world New Zealand financial data, with the objective of showing that CHAID can be an everyday tool for dealing with non-linear or complex datasets, in order to find significant patterns.