Perform a Relative Weights Analysis

Perform a Relative Weights Analysis (RWA) (a.k.a. Key Drivers Analysis) as per the method described in Tonidandel & LeBreton (2015) , with its original roots in Johnson (2000) . In essence, RWA decomposes the total variance predicted in a regression model into weights that accurately reflect the proportional contribution of the predictor variables, which addresses the issue of multi-collinearity. In typical scenarios, RWA returns similar results to Shapley regression, but with a significant advantage on computational performance.


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