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Full behavior on diagnostic trials as a function of evidence and confidence.

By Daniel E. Acuña (244796) and Paul Schrater (294437)


<p>Diagnostic trials are those in which there is at least one disagreement between the models. For each of these trials, we compute the evidence and confidence of each option. A cell in the graph indicates the empirical probability that the model (or participants) pick the better option as a function of evidence and confidence. The right panels show prediction rate of different models in diagnostic trials. All pair-wise differences are significant () <b>A</b>) Trials in Independent Environment <b>B</b>) Trials in Coupled Environment.</p

Topics: Medicine, Neuroscience, diagnostic, trials
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1001003.g005
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