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Defining a previous decision

Updated on April 5, 2022

When your data source contains cases with unknown behavior, the available data might include a field that indicates what the decision was when the fields were previously assessed. Previous decisions refer to the accepted cases (accepts) and rejected cases (rejects) that were processed in the sample.

Before you begin: Define an extended binary model and ensure that you have the permissions to use extended scoring. See Defining the outcome field for binary and extended binary models.
  1. In the Previous decision step, from the Use decision field drop-down list, select an outcome field.
  2. In the value grid, map every symbol to an Outcome category.Result: For the <Virtual Field> option, the Virtual field dialog box opens for defining or selecting a formula for the outcome field. For more information, see Virtual Fields.
  3. Confirm your mapping by clicking Next.
  • Previous topic Defining the outcome field for binary and extended binary models
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