mirt: The miss rate of a decision process or diagnostic procedure.

Description Usage Format Details References See Also Examples

Description

mirt defines a decision's miss rate value: The conditional probability of the decision being negative if the condition is TRUE.

Usage

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Format

An object of class numeric of length 1.

Details

Understanding or obtaining the miss rate mirt:

References

Consult Wikipedia for additional information.

See Also

comp_mirt computes mirt as the complement of sens; prob contains current probability information; comp_prob computes current probability information; num contains basic numeric parameters; init_num initializes basic numeric parameters; comp_freq computes current frequency information; is_prob verifies probability inputs.

Other probabilities: FDR, FOR, NPV, PPV, fart, ppod, prev, sens, spec

Examples

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mirt <- .15     # => sets a miss rate of 15%
mirt <- 15/100  # => (decision = negative) for 15 out of 100 people with (condition = TRUE)
is_prob(mirt)   # => TRUE (as mirt is a probability)

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