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Are world cup predictions testable?

As of today, dozens of soccer world cup predictions exist, some more complex, some more elegant, and most of them predict every nation's "chance" of winning a particular match/ the cup. As I am ...
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On which data should the lift be calculated i.e. Training set or Test set and why?

On which data should the lift be calculated i.e. Training set or Test set and why? What does the lift value 115% mean
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How to do external validation of logistic regression models and perform model benchmarking

Quality assessment in trauma has for > 25 years been done with the US derived logistic regression model, the TRISS model. DV: survival/death and IVs: physiologic derangement (continuous), anatomic ...
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1answer
253 views

Determining values of correction factor based on x bins in observed vs. actual data

I am trying to automate a problem I usually solve by hand. I have a sensor that collects data from the field. Every 6 months or so, I have to do a calibration on that sensor by collecting ...
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When building a regression model using separate modeling/validation sets, is it appropriate to “recirculate” the validation data?

Suppose I've got an 80/20 split between modeling/validation observations. I've fit a model to the modeling data set, and I'm comfortable with the error that I'm seeing on the validation data set. ...
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1answer
210 views

Prediction evaluation metric for panel/longitudinal data

I would like to evaluate several different models that provide predictions of behavior at a monthly level. The data is balanced, and $n=$100,000 and $T=$12. The outcome is attending a concert in a ...
3
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1answer
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Mixing User Data For Cross-Validation

I have data from 12 users, and want to perform cross-validation. Is it necessary that I create my training and test data from different users, or can all of the data be randomized, and then split into ...
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Assessment of a single predictive model

I am facing a situation where I need to assess the predictive ability of a single (regression) model. I do not need to compare its performance with some other model, I just need to show that it ...
4
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1answer
355 views

Best method to validate a multiply imputed Cox model with R?

This question is with regards to using a test data set to validate an imputed Cox model using R. With a non-imputed data set I would use val.surv() from ...
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Validating a logistic regression for a specific $x$

I have a logistic regression model for 0/1 binary response data that is built from samples $(x_1,Y_1),\dots,(x_m,Y_m)$, where $x_1,\dots,x_m$ are, fixed, nonrandom, real values and $Y_1,\dots,Y_m$ are ...
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1answer
114 views

What do you do with your testing data?

Suppose you perform a parameter selection study in an environment with not-so-many data points. You divide the available data into training and testing set and you plan to validate the future model on ...
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118 views

Difference between Step validation and Cross validation

I'm trying to model some chemical data from a series of spectra. I've gone through the preprocessing step and selected "autoscale" (I'm using Pirouette). And when it comes to validation I'm a little ...
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778 views

Weight variables for predictive model

I received a question today that I wasn't exactly sure how to answer. I have built a predictive model using a fairly basic logistic regression that works pretty well and fits our business needs. ...