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I have experimental results which are fitted to different equations, the fit is assessed by R^2 and AAE and I don't know how to interpret AAE values. enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ If AAE means (Average Absolute value of Error) then it is telling you the average magnitude of error. $\endgroup$ – James Phillips Jan 9 at 21:32

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