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Change the Properties of a Mining Model

Some mining model properties apply to the model as a whole, and other model properties apply to individual columns. Examples of properties that apply to the entire model would be the Drillthrough property, which specifies whether the case data should be available for querying, and the Description property. Properties that apply to the column include Usage and ModelingFlags, which control how data in the column is used within the model.

The following model properties have advanced editors that you can use to create expressions or configure complex model properties. The following properties provide:

For information about how to set the properties in a mining model, see Mining Model Columns.

To change the properties of a mining model

  1. In the Mining Models tab in Data Mining Designer, right-click either the column header that contains the name of the mining model, or the row in the grid that contains the name of the mining algorithm, and then select Properties.

  2. In the Properties window on the right side of the screen, highlight the value that corresponds to the property that you want to change, and enter the new value.

    The new value will take effect when you select a different element in the designer.

To change the properties of a mining model column

  1. In the Mining Models tab in Data Mining Designer, right-click the cell in the grid at the intersection of the mining structure column and the mining model, and then select Properties.

  2. In the Properties window on the right side of the screen, highlight the value that corresponds to the property that you want to change, and enter the new value.

    Note Note

    If the column usage is set to Ignore, the Properties window for the column is blank.

    The new value will take effect when you select a different element in the designer.

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