validation group

validation group

In research, a group of subjects who are enrolled to determine whether the findings obtained from a previous cohort apply to a different cohort and are generally applicable.
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A model of Bayesian discriminant analysis was established and then verified by a multicenter validation group that included 500 participants in the case subgroup and 500 participants in the control subgroup from five different hospitals in the Shaanxi province, respectively.
In this regard, work in the first year has resulted in the setup of a methods database with comfortable web-based input structure, a definition of data format files and their link to the methods database, and in the setup of an internal validation group for cell-based assays.
Wallace has over 20 years of food safety experience, most recently developing molecular diagnostic methods and leading a global validation group for food and beverage testing.
Prior to test case validation, the PTCRB Validation Group (PVG) undertook an extensive review of test results presented on various test platforms using a range of devices.
The persons included in this project constituted two Groups: (a) the Action Group, which comprised a special education teacher and an expert in adaptive and assistive technology, who was also a visually impaired person, and (b) the Validation Group, which comprised specialists in research methodology and the special education field.
Masser explains that generally, he sees end users asking for as much single-use as possible, but that "It's unique to the individual organization, their regulatory and validation group, their internal expertise and comfort levels.
At autopsy, 15 patients in the validation group met pathologic criteria for Alzheimer's disease.
Seventeen children (9 girls and 8 boys) in the prediction group and two children in the validation group were aged less than 12 months.
One ankle of each dance student was randomly assigned to a test group (N = 114), and the other was assigned to a validation group (N = 112).
The validation group comprised 25 patients suspected of having WD who presented with hepatic dysfunction and/or neurological deficits.