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courses:be5b33prg:homeworks:spam:step3 [2015/12/14 14:14]
xposik [Function ''compute_quality_for_corpus()'']
courses:be5b33prg:homeworks:spam:step3 [2015/12/14 14:24] (current)
xposik [Function ''quality_score()'']
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 ^ ''​quality_score(tp,​ tn, fp, fn) ''​ Compute the quality score based on the confusion matrix. ^^ ^ ''​quality_score(tp,​ tn, fp, fn) ''​ Compute the quality score based on the confusion matrix. ^^
-^ Inputs | 4-tuple of values ​TP, TN, FP, FN. |+^ Inputs | 4 nonnegative integers for TP, TN, FP, FN. |
 ^ Outputs | A number between 0 and 1 showing the prediction quality measure. | ^ Outputs | A number between 0 and 1 showing the prediction quality measure. |
  
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   * The true and predicted classification can be read in the form of dictionaries using function ''​read_classification_from_file()''​.   * The true and predicted classification can be read in the form of dictionaries using function ''​read_classification_from_file()''​.
   * The confusion matrix for the given corpus can be computed from the dictionaries using method ''​compute_confusion_matrix()''​ function from step 2.   * The confusion matrix for the given corpus can be computed from the dictionaries using method ''​compute_confusion_matrix()''​ function from step 2.
-  * The quality score can be computed from the confusion matrix using function ''​quality_score()'' ​from step 2.+  * The quality score can be computed from the confusion matrix using function ''​quality_score()''​.
  
 Why do we need it? Why do we need it?
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