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Hi,

I am sharing the problem I face in Matlab but if you have a solution for this problem even in Python then I would very very happy.

I was able to estimate conditional probability (CDF) for a dataset that has two features (X_1 and Y) i.e., P(X_1|Y) using a Matlab function called “quantilePredict”. It works great. However, when I consider three features X_1, X_2 and Y. Then how can I find the P(X_1,X_2|Y) ** without the assumption of conditional independence**?

How to capture the covariance as well as the CDF while considering quantiles but not mean of the data? Worst case I am fine with how to capture the covariance as well as CDF with mean of the data?

TreeBagger is trained (f) by giving “Y” as input and X_1 as output i.e., X_1 = f(Y). We then use the Treebagger model to predict responses for “quantilePredict” but in multivariate case, the Treebagger cannot fit the data where the input is “Y” and output has “X_1, X_2” i.e., Y = f(X_1,X_2) (this idea/pov is probably wrong and naive) ?.

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