The `ModelResult`

object has a property called `inferences`

, which looks like this:

```
{
'multiStepPredictions':{
1:{
40.2:0.91409241368304817,
39.72324776721089:0.0033501887645081565,
38.9483378705:0.0022740192046981555,
4.738145870751808:0.0022601530710983958,
37.03395142903199:0.002925129238754846,
38.0683314:0.0022796547206743799,
44.167395299999995:0.0026556539079170645,
43.22574693799999:0.0025154454074292638
}
},
...
}
```

You can find out how confident each prediction is here. For example, this model is predicting one step into the future, so to get the confidences for that prediction, you can access `result.inferences["multiStepPredictions"][1]`

, which tells you that the model is **91.41%** confident that the next value (`1`

step ahead) will be **40.2** (from `40.2:0.91409241368304817`

). Likewise, the model is **0.34%** confident that **39.72** is the next value.

If you had asked for `1`

and `5`

steps ahead, the `result.inferences["multiStepPredictions"]`

would contain confidences for 5-steps ahead as well, like this:

```
{
'multiStepPredictions':{
1:{
23.5:0.0018656716417910447,
41.5:0.0018656716417910447,
28.6:0.0018656716417910447,
47.5:0.0018656716417910447,
45.61:0.0018656716417910447,
11.6:0.0018656716417910447,
5.338860581200769:0.0018656716417910447,
22.4:0.94029850746269183
},
5:{
23.5:0.0018656716417910447,
41.5:0.0018656716417910447,
28.6:0.0018656716417910447,
47.5:0.0018656716417910447,
45.61:0.0018656716417910447,
11.6:0.0018656716417910447,
5.338860581200769:0.0018656716417910447,
22.4:0.94029850746269183
}
},
...
}
```