computer science and informatics, information retrieval
Nathaniel Phillips, Hansjörg Neth, Jan Woike, Wolfgang Gaissmaier
Abstract: Fast-and-frugal trees (FFTs) are simple algorithms that facilitate efficient and accurate decisions based on limited information. But despite their successful use in many applied domains, there is no widely available toolbox that allows anyone to easily create, visualize, and evaluate FFTs. We fill this gap by introducing the R package FFTrees.