Statistical Power of Sensitivity

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I want to understand what is sensitivity and I want to know how to calculate it?
Jul 13, 2018 in Data Analytics by DataKing99
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Sensitivity is commonly used to validate the accuracy of a classifier (Logistic, SVM, Random Forest etc.).

Sensitivity is nothing but “Predicted True events/ Total events”. 

True events here are the events which were true and the model also predicted them as true.

Calculation of seasonality is pretty straightforward.

Seasonality = ( True Positives ) / ( Positives in Actual Dependent Variable )

where true positives are positive events which are correctly classified as positives.

answered Jul 13, 2018 by CodingByHeart77
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