In this article, we will show you how to make predictions in R with different machine learning models. We will cover a variety of models, including decision tree, random forests, logistic regression, support vector machines, and gradient boosting trees.

The following is a list of **predict** functions for machine learning models in R. These functions generate predicted probabilities based on validation data.

## predict Function: Decision Tree

The predict() function in rpart package is used to generate predictions from the previously built decision tree model on the validation dataset.

library(rpart) tree.pred = predict(tree.model,validation_data, type="prob")

`tree.model`

: This is the trained decision tree model.`validation_data`

: This is the validation dataset on which you want to make predictions.`type="prob"`

: It specifies that you want to obtain the probabilities as the output instead of just the class labels.

## predict Function: Random Forest

The predict() function in randomForest package is used to generate predictions from the previously built random forest model on the validation dataset.

library(randomForest) rf.pred = predict(rf.model,validation_data, type="prob")

`rf.model`

: This is the trained random forest model.`validation_data`

: This is the validation dataset on which you want to make predictions.`type="prob"`

: It specifies that you want to obtain the probabilities as the output instead of just the class labels.

## predict Function: Logistic Regression

The predict() function is used to generate predictions from the previously built logistic regression model on the validation dataset.

log.pred = predict(log.model,validation_data, type="response")

`log.model`

: This is the trained logistic regression model.`validation_data`

: This is the validation dataset on which you want to make predictions.`type="response"`

: It specifies that you want to obtain the probabilities as the output.

## predict Function: Support Vector Machine

The predict() function in e1071 package is used to generate predictions from the previously built support vector machine model on the validation dataset.

library(e1071) svm.pred = predict(svm.model, validation_data, probability = TRUE)

`svm.model`

: This is the trained support Vector Machine model.`validation_data`

: This is the validation dataset on which you want to make predictions.`probability = TRUE`

: It means that you want to see the predicted probabilities as the output.

## predict Function: Conditional Inference Tree / Forest

The predict() function in party package is used to generate predictions from the previously built conditional inference tree model on the validation dataset.

library(party) ct.pred = predict(ct.model,validation_data)

`ct.model`

: This is the trained Conditional Inference Tree Model.`validation_data`

: This is the validation dataset on which you want to make predictions.

## predict Function: Gradient Boosting Tree

The predict() function in gbm package is used to generate predictions from the previously built gradient boosting tree model on the validation dataset.

library(gbm) gbm.pred = predict(gbm.model, newdata=validation_data, type = "response", n.trees=500)

`gbm.model`

: This is the trained gradient boosting tree model.`validation_data`

: This is the validation dataset on which you want to make predictions.`type="response"`

: It specifies that you want to obtain the probabilities as the output.`n.trees=500`

: Number of Trees.

InCaret Package, there is only one predict function i.e. predict(log.mod,val, type="prob")

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