# Interpretation of a brier score

Suppose that multiple brier scores were computed for two models $$A,B$$ and the density of the scores plotted as

Where the average of $$A$$ is less than $$B$$

What would the interpretation of this be? Would it just be stated that as the scores are lower on average for $$A$$ that $$A$$ is better then $$B$$ wrt brier scores? Or is there a more meaningful interpretation of the score?

# edit

"the brier score is a single number, so your question needs to be clarified"

A brier score is generated for each model over a number of iterations and the densities of these scores plotted.

• The Brier score is a single number, so your question needs to be clarified. – Frank Harrell Apr 23 at 1:22
• @FrankHarrell sorry - i've added some info as to the nature of the density plots. – baxx Apr 23 at 1:40