dddddd: Multiple reader and single modality data

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Description

This is a subset of dd

This dataset is made, as a toy data, which is a subset of data dd

dddddd$M

2 modalities

dddddd$C

3 Confidence levels

dddddd$Q

2 readers

Details

The model did not converge both null model and alternative model in 2019 Jun 21.

Contents of dddddd

NL = 142 (Number of Lesions)

NI = 199 (Number of Images)#'

Contents:

Multiple readers and multiple modalities case, i.e., MRMC case

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ModalityID ReaderID Confidence levels No. of false alarms No. of hits.
q m c f h
-------------- ------------- ------------------------ ------------------- ----------------
1 1 3 20 11
1 1 2 29 5
1 1 1 21 1
1 2 3 6 29
1 2 2 15 1
1 2 1 22 0
2 1 3 21 13
2 1 2 24 4
2 1 1 23 1
2 2 3 5 29
2 2 2 30 1
2 2 1 40 0

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Author(s)

Issei Tsunoda tsunoda.issei1111@gmail.com

References

Example data of Jafroc software

See Also

dataList.Chakra.Web dataList.Chakra.Web.orderd dd

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#========================================================================================
#                        Show data by table
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                        viewdata(dddddd)




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#                       make an object dddd from an object dd
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ddd  <-  data.frame(m=dd$m,q=dd$q,c=dd$c,h=dd$h,f=dd$f)
dddd <- ddd[ddd$q < 3,]

# The following code extract the first and the second modality from dd
dddd <- dddd[dddd$m < 3,]  #  Reduce the dataset ddd, i.e., dd
dddd <- dddd[dddd$c <4,]
ddd <- list(
  m=dddd$m,
  q=dddd$q,
  c=dddd$c,
  h=dddd$h,
  f=dddd$f,
  NL=142,
  NI=199, # 2020 April 6
  C=max(dddd$c),
  M=max(dddd$m),
  Q=max(dddd$q)
)

dddddd <-ddd


# This dataset is made in 2019 July 6, for the aim of easy exihibition
# This dataset is very minimum, and it is easy to view

BayesianFROC documentation built on Jan. 13, 2021, 5:22 a.m.