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Table 6 Characteristics of the two fitted forests

From: Application of random survival forests in understanding the determinants of under-five child mortality in Uganda in the presence of covariates that satisfy the proportional and non-proportional hazards assumption

First forest
 Number of deaths 477
 Minimum terminal node size 3
Average no. of terminal nodes 480.167
 No. of variables tried at each split 5
 Total no. of variables 19
 Splitting rule Log-rank
 Error rate 17.29
Second forest
 Number of deaths 477
 Minimum terminal node size 3
 Average no. of terminal nodes 910.187
 No. of variables tried at each split 5
 Total no. of variables 19
 Splitting rule Log-rank score
 Error rate 19.69