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The typical experiment demonstrating this socalled "learned predictiveness effect" or LPE comprises three phases.
Predictiveness is measured using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov ("KS") statistic, a commonly used measure of goodness of fit for credit scoring models (Mays 2004).
Although they contribute a relatively small percentage to the predictiveness of the final score, credit inquiries often attract a disproportionate amount of attention from consumers.
The predictiveness of the structural model was assessed by R-squares and the bootstrapping re-sampling procedure was used to stabilize the measures (Chin et al.
In the Slovak cohort, the model had similar predictiveness at each age regardless of the type of sample (cord blood or maternal blood at delivery) used to simulate children's blood levels (Table 3).
This second report in a series of 4 gives an overview of several methods to quantify the added value of a new diagnostic test or biomarker, including the area under the ROC curve, net reclassification improvement, integrated discrimination improvement, predictiveness curve, and decision curve analysis.
Statistics that test for predictiveness and effectiveness of the fitted model, the Akaike Information Criterion (AIC), the Schwarz Criterion (SC), and negative twice the log likelihood (-2 Log L) were tested for the model with and without the independent variables.
To assess the predictiveness of relative best lifetime performance (hereafter relative performance), we first regressed upon it training volume and motivation for competition (hereafter competitiveness).
ALT, AST/ALT ratio, APRI and NFS were performed for each group, and compared for predictiveness of advanced NAFLD.
While implementing the more aggressive approaches for securing and integrating data, applying analytics, adding predictiveness and creating more effective measurement approaches to the marketing mix will require significant effort, the benefits will be worth the initial investment.
abstract_id=834264 (discussing results from study comparing the predictiveness of cultural worldview and political self-identification).
Over the past few decades, research on attachment has investigated its development in infancy (Ainsworth, 1973; Ainsworth, Blehar, Walters, & Wall, 1978; Bowlby, 1969), transition to adult romantic relationships (Bartholomew & Horowitz, 1991; Brennan, Clark, & Shaver, 1998; Hazan & Shaver, 1987; Simpson, 1990), and predictiveness for other personality traits, such as emotional responses to life stress (Collins, 1996) and selfesteem and perceived confidence (Bylsma, Cozzarelli, & Sumer, 1997), as well as neuroticism, extraversion, locus of control, openness to experience, and Christian fundamentalism (Mickelson, Kessler, & Shaver, 1997).