Comparing the Effect of Concept Mapping and Conventional Methods on Nursing Students' Practical Skill Score
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The mean clinical skill score
of the students in the experimental group, which was 14.43[+ or -]7.56 before the training, increased to 17.95[+ or -]6.48, but the increase was not statistically significant (p=0.054).
No total soft skill score
was determined as the instrument measures individual constructs rather than a composite score for soft skill development.
Verification metrics include the anomaly correlation coefficient (ACC) and the mean-square skill score
(MSSS = 1 - [MSE.sub.DP] /[MSE.sub.ref]) computed against standard observational benchmarks (see below).
Then, a dimensionless spatial skill score
(SS') is defined by normalizing MSE by
The following binary measures were used: frequency bias (B); threat score (TS); probability of detection (POD), also known as hit rate (H); false alarm ratio (FAR); probability of false detection (POFD), also known as false alarm rate (F); proportion correct (PC); Heidke skill score
(HSS); odds ratio (OR); odds ratio skill score
(ORSS); Pierce skill score
(PSS); Brier score (BS); and ranked probability score (RPS).
NCLS, also called skill score
, was developed by Liu and Weisberg .
Please note that Table 7 is sorted according to skill score
, from highest relative skill to lowest, with the scores being bounded to [+ or -] 4: skill score
of +4 is termed as most skillful (or most aggressive) and -4 depicting the least skill (or minimum aggression).
system was based on previous studies [6, 7] which are demonstrated in Table 1.
The investigator score obtained is thus, the skill score
as it depicts the actual skill of the CWSN under study.
O desempenho dos indices foi analisado usando a metodologia conhecida por Skill Score
(ou desempenho do indice), aplicada por Sampaio (1999).
(12) We will rely on a formulation known as the Brier skill score
, (13) which essentially represents a comparison of the predictive power of a model to that of a naive model that assumes that each outcome is equally likely--in this case, a trivial model specifying an equal (.500) probability of victory for each team in any matchup, regardless of the teams' levels of quality.