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Copy a View of a Mining Model

The Mining Model Viewer tab of Data Mining Designer in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) uses a separate viewer for each type of mining model. Several of the viewers have components from which you can copy the contents to the Clipboard, and from there paste the contents into a document or into image manipulation software. The following components make this functionality available:

  • Cluster Diagram in the Microsoft Cluster Viewer and the Microsoft Sequence Cluster Viewer

  • Decision Tree in the Microsoft Tree Viewer and the Microsoft Time Series Viewer

  • State Transitions in the Microsoft Sequence Cluster Viewer

  • Dependency Network in the Microsoft Association Rules Viewer, the Microsoft Naive Bayes Viewer, and the Microsoft Tree Viewer

  • Mining model content, from the Node Details pane of the Microsoft Generic Content Tree Viewer

You can copy the complete representation of the mining model, or just the part that is visible in the viewer.

Caution note Caution

When you copy a model using the viewer, it does not create a new model object. To create a new model, you must use either the wizard, or the Data Mining Designer,. For more information, see Make a Copy of a Mining Model.

To copy the complete model to the Clipboard

  1. From the Mining Model list on the Mining Model Viewer tab, select the mining model that you want to view.

  2. Select the appropriate tab, such as the Dependency Network tab, and then click Copy Entire Graph on the toolbar of that tab.

To copy the visible piece of the model to the Clipboard

  1. From the Mining Model list on the Mining Model Viewer tab, select the mining model that you want to view.

  2. Select the appropriate tab, such as the Dependency Network tab, and then zoom in or out to view the model at the level that you want.

  3. Click Copy Graph View on the toolbar of the selected tab.

To copy the mining model content to the Clipboard

  1. From the Mining Model list on the Mining Model Viewer tab, select the mining model that you want to view.

  2. From the Viewer drop-down list, select Microsoft Generic Content Tree Viewer.

  3. In the Node Caption (Unique ID) pane, click a node.

  4. Right-click the Node Details pane and then select Select All.

  5. Right-click the Node Details pane again and select Copy.

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