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After loading data to Einstein Discovery and creating a story, the client asks the Einstein consultant to explain the Unexplained Bar in the “Why does this do better/ worse” chart. Which explanation is correct?

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After loading data to Einstein Discovery and creating a story, the client asks the Einstein consultant to explain the Unexplained Bar in the “Why does this do better/ worse” chart.
Which explanation is correct?

  • It shows the difference between the predicted outcome and the observed outcome. ✅
  • It only appears for outcomes that do not have an explanation.
  • It should always be 0 or the model should not be used.
  • It displays the difference between the analyzed data and the data not reviewed.

Correct Answers

It shows the difference between the predicted outcome and the observed outcome. ✅

Explanation

Unexplained bar lays out the comparison between the predictions made for all observations in the requested subset, and their overall average, compared with the observed average. This figure shows whether the average for unexplained factors was higher or lower. This difference between the predicted average Sales (from Einstein Discovery’s predictive model) and the actual average Sales (calculated from the dataset) is $969. Having this unexplained bar shows that statistical representation represented by the previous bars is not exactly matching up with reality. This is completely normal, otherwise, we would have what’s called overfitting (modeling error when the function is too closely fit to a limited set of data points).

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