The purpose of this tool is to analyze the result files that have been created by SNNS. The result file which you want to analyze has to contain the teaching output and the output of the network.
Synopsis: analyze [-options]
It is possible to choose between the following options in any order:
-w numbers of patterns which were classified wrong are printed
-r numbers of patterns which were classified right are printed
-u numbers of patterns which were not classified are printed
-a same as -w -r -u
-v verbose output. Each printed number is preceded by one of the
words 'wrong', 'right' or 'unknown' depending on the result of the
-s statistic information containing wrong, right and not classified
The network error is printed also.
-c same as -s, but statistics for each output unit (class) is displayed.
-i <file name> name of the 'result file' which is going to be analyzed.
-o <file name> name of the file which is going to be produced by analyze.
-e <function> defines the name of the 'analyzing function'.
Possible names are: 402040, WTA, band (description see below)
-l <real value> first parameter of the analyzing function.
-h <real value> second parameter of the analyzing function.
Starting analyze without any options is equivalent to:
analyze -w -e 402040 -l 0.4 -h 0.6