roc: Draw ROC curve.

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

Draw a ROC curve and calculate corresponding AUC.

Usage

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roc(pr, labels, measure = "tpr", x.measure = "fpr", colorize = TRUE, 
avg = "none", spread.estimate = "stddev", filter = NULL)

roc_binterval(fitted, labels)

Arguments

pr

Vector holding prediction values.

labels

Vector with the corresponding labels to pr.

measure

Argument from ROCR.

x.measure

Argument from ROCR.

colorize

Argument from ROCR.

avg

Argument from ROCR.

spread.estimate

Argument from ROCR.

filter

Cutoff, when to plot the roc.

fitted

List. Each element holds the prediction vector for one repeat, fold, etc.

labels

List. Each element holds the true class vector for one repeat, fold, etc.

Details

roc: Plotting of ROC curves using the ROCR package.
roc.binterval: Add a Monte Carlo interval for the roc curve, using bootstrap samples out of the prediction/label vectors. Note that roc has to be called before.

Value

The AUC value.

Author(s)

Christian Bender (christian.bender@tron-mainz.de)

See Also

ROCR

Examples

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