validation set

validation set

Decision-making A group of Pts with a clinical finding of interest–eg, chest pain, who are studied prospectively in order to verify facets of their disease that had been previously identified as possible predictors of outcome. See Derivation set.
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For statistical purposes, 34 sites were randomly chosen for the calibration set (88 samples, 918 spectra) and 16 others for the validation set (39 samples, 414 spectra).
PrecisionHawk will be the only UAV manufacturer, joining CNN and BNSF Railway, in this partnership forged under the Pathfinder program, an operational concept validation set up by the FAA to help integrate commercial drones into the US national airspace.
Initially, a PLSR calibration model of 397 samples in the 0-800 PBI range, using the handheld spectrometer spectra, was used to predict the values (also in the 0-800 PBI range) of the validation set.
Patient characteristics of the development and validation set in the Swedish adult cohort, Japanese adult cohort, and the mixed Dutch-Swedish cohort of children.
A total of 200 cases were created and divided into three categories: (1) Training set (60%), (II) test set (20%) and (III) the validation set (20% of cases).
6% of the high-probability group in the validation set.
The data in each table were randomly split into three sets: a training set (36 monomers) used to train SVM models, a validation set (18 monomers) used to optimize the parameters of SVM models, and a test set (16 monomers) used to evaluate the prediction ability.
The scientists randomly assigned 43 patients with pancreatic cancer and 42 healthy volunteers to a training set and 42 patients with pancreatic cancer and 41 healthy volunteers to a validation set.
The DCt values for miR-125b and miR-126 (Ct miR-125b - Ct miR-126) were calculated for each sample in the validation set (Fig.