(To be removed) Save model object in file for code generation

`saveCompactModel`

will be removed in a future release. Use
`saveLearnerForCoder`

instead. To update your code, simply replace instances of
`saveCompactModel`

with
`saveLearnerForCoder`

.

To generate C/C++ code for the object functions
(`predict`

, `random`

,
`knnsearch`

, or `rangesearch`

)
of machine learning models, use `saveCompactModel`

,
`loadCompactModel`

, and `codegen`

. After training
a machine learning model, save the model by using
`saveCompactModel`

. Define an entry-point
function that loads the model by using `loadCompactModel`

and calls an object function. Then use `codegen`

or the
MATLAB^{®}
Coder™ app to generate C/C++ code. Generating C/C++ code requires
MATLAB
Coder.

This flow chart shows the code generation workflow for the object functions of
machine learning models. Use `saveCompactModel`

for the
highlighted step.

`saveCompactModel(`

prepares a classification model, regression model, or nearest
neighbor searcher (`Mdl`

,`filename`

)`Mdl`

) for code generation and
saves it in the MATLAB formatted binary file (MAT-file) named
`filename`

. You can pass
`filename`

to `loadCompactModel`

to reconstruct the model object
from the `filename`

file.

`saveCompactModel`

prepares a machine learning model (`Mdl`

) for code
generation. The function removes some properties that are not required for prediction.

For a model that has a corresponding compact model, the

`saveCompactModel`

function applies the appropriate`compact`

function to the model before saving it.For a model that does not have a corresponding compact model, such as

`ClassificationKNN`

,`ClassificationLinear`

,`RegressionLinear`

,`ExhaustiveSearcher`

, and`KDTreeSearcher`

, the`saveCompactModel`

function removes properties such as hyperparameter optimization properties, training solver information, and others.

`loadCompactModel`

loads the model saved
by `saveCompactModel`

.

Use a coder configurer created by

`learnerCoderConfigurer`

for the models listed in this table.Model Coder Configurer Object Binary decision tree for multiclass classification `ClassificationTreeCoderConfigurer`

SVM for one-class and binary classification `ClassificationSVMCoderConfigurer`

Linear model for binary classification `ClassificationLinearCoderConfigurer`

Multiclass model for SVMs and linear models `ClassificationECOCCoderConfigurer`

Binary decision tree for regression `RegressionTreeCoderConfigurer`

Support vector machine (SVM) regression `RegressionSVMCoderConfigurer`

Linear regression `RegressionLinearCoderConfigurer`

After training a machine learning model, create a coder configurer of the model. Use the object functions and properties of the configurer to configure code generation options and to generate code for the

`predict`

and`update`

functions of the model. If you generate code using a coder configurer, you can update model parameters in the generated code without having to regenerate the code. For details, see Code Generation for Prediction and Update Using Coder Configurer.