Say you follow a tutorial on the tensorflow website for a wide and deep model (https://www.tensorflow.org/tutorials/wide_and_deep)
I create a model based on the US census data to predict whether or not an individual will make more or less than \$50k given a number of features like age, education, profession, etc. I've been able to create the model as well as create a predictor that uses the model just fine. But is there a way to see what features tensorflow is "weighing" more than others? For instance, does it weigh a higher education more than someones age? (i.e. if someone has a PHD and is 26 years old, is the model more likely to say they make more than \$50k vs someone who has an associates degree and is 55 years old?)
I'm using a DNNLinearCombinedClassifier if it matters to this question.