When reading of precision-recall curves and seeing examples, the last point of the curve is always a given value of precision for a recall of 1.
I'm a little confused about this. I have a detector and I am calculating the precision and recall curve. However, the last value of recall, in my case, is not 1. For it to be 1, that would mean that my detector finds as many True Positives as there exist Ground Truths.
For example, if my detector finds 7 TP and 17 FP and I have 15 Ground Truths, the final P-R values would be P = 7 / (7 + 17) and R = 7 / 15. This values, on the P-R curve, does not match with a Recall of 1.
Am I misunderstanding something? Thanks in advance.