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This Users’ Guide to the Medical Literature discusses discrimination and calibration, 2 primary ways to measure and compare the accuracy of clinical risk prediction models.
This Users’ Guide to the Medical Literature discusses strategies for adjusting analyses as a way of addressing prognostic imbalance in studies of therapy and harm.
Sun and coauthors provide 5 criteria to help clinicians distinguish credible subgroup analyses from spurious subgroup analyses.
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