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Am I right in thinking that the 'forest.fit(feature[numeric data], feature[label data])' is the right approach? When I try and score my data, I get the following error:
ValueError: multiclassmultioutput is not supported
So I'm not putting my labels in correctly. Score(X,y)
 X is my two numeric values as floats, my y array is a pandas dataframe containing the labels [1,2,3,7,8,9]
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