Package: r-workflows @ 0.2.1


Modeling workflows


A workflow is an object that can bundle together your pre-processing, modeling, and post-processing requests. For example, if you have a recipe and parsnip model, these can be combined into a workflow. The advantages are:

  1. You don’t have to keep track of separate objects in your workspace.

  2. The recipe prepping and model fitting can be executed using a single call to fit().

  3. If you have custom tuning parameter settings, these can be defined using a simpler interface when combined with tune.

  4. In the future, workflows will be able to add post-processing operations, such as modifying the probability cutoff for two-class models.

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