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I am studying the efficacy of using a single feature for predicting a set of events (which is a multi-class classification problem). I was wondering if it makes any sense to use only one feature for multi-class classification. Thanks.

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Yes! You can use only one feature for multi-class classification. For example, you have one feature height and you want to classify short , medium or tall.

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