accuracy
Accuracy(y_pred, y_true)
from:
https://www.rdocumentation.org/packages/MLmetrics/versions/1.1.1/topics/Accuracy
In the context of unsupervised learning, such as in clustering, the same formula is used to calculate the Rand Index or Rand accuracy.
The Rand Index is primarily used to measure the similarity between two data clusterings. It is commonly employed in clustering validation to compare the similarity between a predicted clustering and a ground truth clustering.
Key Points:
Use Case: Clustering validation.
Metric: Measures pairwise agreement between two clusterings.
Interpretation: Higher values indicate more similar clusterings
Philippe Rocca-Serra
Rand index
adapted from wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accuracy_and_precision#In_binary_classification
last accessed: May 2016
adapted from ChatGPT using the following prompt: [what is the difference between "Rand Index" and "Accuracy" in statistics]
last accessed: July 2024
in the context of binary classification, accuracy is defined as the proportion of true results (both true positives and true negatives) to the total number of cases examined (the sum of true positive, true negative, false positive and false negative).
It can be understood as a measure of the proximity of measurement results to the true value.
Accuracy is a metric used in the context of classification tasks to evaluate the proportion of correctly predicted instances among the total instances.
Key Points:
Use Case: Classification performance evaluation.
Metric: Measures the proportion of correct predictions.
Interpretation: Higher values indicate better classification performance.
percentage
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