Forgive me if this is a duplicate question, I haven't found anything that answers my question specifically after searching for a while.
I have a dataset which I'm using to predict mobile app user retention, using the RandomForestClassifier in the SciKit Learn package. I'm pleased with the accuracy I'm getting and I'm planning on including a number of other metrics including precision, recall, Matthew's Corr Coefficient etc. I'm pretty sure the model is good.
The key thing that I'm interested in here are the features themselves. I want to know what is contributing to my user churn. I have extracted the feature importances and plotted a nice looking graph, but now I'm stuck. I'd ideally like to know how each variable influences the churned/not churned outcome. The problem with GINI feature importances is that I can see which ones are most influential, but for example with continuous variables I want to know at which value the RF found best to split on. I don't need to see this for every feature as I have 70+ only the most 'important' ones.
I saw a very nice decision tree plot here, but cannot find any way of reproducing something similar using scikit learn. I'm open to other suggestions. Thanks in advance :)