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Jul 5, 2019 6:27 PM
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Sorry for asking what is likely an overly simple question, but...

I want to express Sensitivity and Specificity values at a 95% CI. When I run IVD Performance I see the following values:

Estimated, Lower 95% CI, and Upper 95% CI

In my particular model the Estimated.Sensitivity is 0.982, Lower.Sensitivity is 0.959, and Upper.Sensitivity is 0.992

If I want to represent the 95% CI value, is it the Estimated value?

Thanks in advance!

Marc

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The estimate of the sensitivity based on your sample of data is available as a *point estimate* and a *confidence interval estimate*. The point estimate is 98.2% The 95% confidence interval estimate is 95.9%-99.2%.

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The estimate of the sensitivity based on your sample of data is available as a *point estimate* and a *confidence interval estimate*. The point estimate is 98.2% The 95% confidence interval estimate is 95.9%-99.2%.

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Re: Basic Confidence Interval Question using IVD Performance add-in

Thanks!

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