Desktop Survival Guide
by Graham Williams


Rattle is open source, freely available, software, and benefits from user feedback and user contributions. It is also under constant development and improvement. Whilst every effort is made to ensure Rattle is error and bug free, there is always the possibility that we will find a new bug. This is then the opportunity for us to review the code and to improve the code. At the very least though, if you find a problem with Rattle, contact the author to report the problem. At best, feel free to hunt down the source of the problem in the R code and provide the solution to the author, for all to benefit.

In this chapter we record some known issues that you may come across in using Rattle. These aren't bugs as such but rather known issues that a data miner is likely to come across in building models.


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