I was looking at a tutorial of SimFin, a new German-based financial data provider.

There is a nice example of machine learning using sklearn in python. The package also has a function called export_text which is used in this tutorial (In [30]) to visualize one of the decision trees generated by the regression process based on the RandomForest method.

I see in the documentation that Mathematica supports this method for its high-level machine learning functions, Classify and Predict.

But is there a way to get to see the underlying decision trees being used by the method in Wolfram language as well?


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