Figure S5 from Conformity bias in the cultural transmission of music sampling traditions

2019-09-24T07:21:44Z (GMT) by Mason Youngblood
The ten most important variables for the classification ability of the random forest. The x-axis is variable importance calculated using the Gini impurity method, and the y-axis is the top ten variables in descending order. The top variable was mean diversity (), followed by the first LDA axis (LD1), the exponent of the turn-over function (x), and the second LDA axis (LD2). The following six variables correspond to diversity in particular years or turn-over rates for specific top-lists.