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Hi-I got the most recent version of Alteryx recently. I had been able to build simple logistic models in the prior version but I'm getting this error this time around and I don't understand it (I don't know R code). My outcome variable is most certainly binary (0/1) but Alteryx is telling me the target variable must have only two unique values. It does! All of the independent variables are either scaled questions (1-5 response scale) or dummy variables I set up in advance. I used the select tool to make sure all variables were numeric/double. Any idea what this error means? Thanks!
Thanks for your reply, Jordan. Unfortunately the solution didn't fix anything. I had already used a summarize tool to make sure my dependent variable only had 2 unique values (0 and 1), which it did. I added the unique tool anyway and now my "promotor" variable, which I know has just two unique values, doesn't even appear in my "target variable" drop-down list. That's weird because I've used the select tool prior to make sure the variable is a double/numeric.
I also added a data cleansing tool as you suggested. Same errors as before.