ROC - Receiver Operating Characteristics.
The ROC graphs are a useful technique for organizing classifiers and visualizing their performance. ROC graphs are commonly used in medical decision making.
YOU CAN USE THIS FUNCTION ONLY AND ONLY IF YOU HAVE A BINARY CLASSIFICATOR.
The input is a Nx2 matrix: in the first column you will put your test values (i.e. glucose blood level); in the second column you will put only 1 or 0 (i.e. 1 if the subject is diabetic; 0 if he/she is healthy).
Run rocdemo to see an example
The function computes and plots the classical ROC curve and curves for Sensitivity, Specificity and Efficiency (see the screenshot).
The function will show 6 cut-off points:
1) Max sensitivity
2) Max specificity
3) Cost effective (Sensitivity=Specificity)
4) Max Efficiency
5) Max PLR
6) Max NLR
ROC requires the Curve fitting toolbox.
Giuseppe Cardillo (2021). ROC curve (https://github.com/dnafinder/roc), GitHub. Retrieved .
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