## What is/are Predicted Outcomes?

Predicted Outcomes - Equalized outcomes -- where the difference in predicted outcomes between groups is less than the difference observed in the training data -- is more contentious, because it is incompatible with perfectly accurate predictions.^{[1]}Decreased substance use and increased family cohesion were the predicted outcomes of the Home Base intervention.

^{[2]}Assessment of model calibration comparing observed against predicted outcomes gave an R square of 0.

^{[3]}72, respectively, and each individual resident exhibited better than predicted outcomes (all observed:expected ratios <1).

^{[4]}Here, we merge these two independent lines of research by inactivating lateral OFC during an economic choice that requires new information about the value of the predicted outcomes to be incorporated into an already established choice.

^{[5]}862) between predicted and actual knee kinetic symmetry, and the error in the predicted outcomes range from ±18 to ±43.

^{[6]}In addition, we derived a CTCcl-specific gene signature for testing if it predicted outcomes using a publicly available dataset from 360 patients with basal-like BC.

^{[7]}Using data from the homeless system, we use a counterfactual approach to show potential for substantial benefits in terms of reducing the number of families who experience repeat episodes of homelessness by choosing optimal allocations (based on predicted outcomes) to a fixed number of beds in different types of homelessness service facilities.

^{[8]}Our hierarchical unsupervised approach identified a new clinical feature, degree of localization, which predicted outcomes in both cohorts.

^{[9]}Our findings reveal that including the crowding effect with the selfish herd scenario permits additional diversity in the predicted outcomes and imply that a wider set of collective animal behaviours are explainable purely by individual-level selection.

^{[10]}The results showed that the prediction accuracy between simulated and predicted outcomes turned out to have a low coefficient of variation root mean square error (CvRMSE) value of approximately 24%.

^{[11]}The design of the dashboard uses a novel approach of trying to understand the reasons why students want to study at university and maps their engagement and predicted outcomes to these motivations, with weekly personalised notifications and feedback.

^{[12]}For genotyped mother-father-offspring trios (1,120-2,518 per analysis) we calculated transmitted and non-transmitted PGSs for adult educational attainment (EA) and childhood ADHD and tested if these predicted outcomes in offspring.

^{[13]}When assessed simultaneously, time-updated, but not baseline congestion, predicted outcomes.

^{[14]}Noise is not only present but necessary for the convergence of learning through the minimization of the difference between actual and predicted outcomes.

^{[15]}The results showed that the prediction accuracy between simulated and predicted outcomes turned out to have a low coefficient of variation root mean square error (CvRMSE) value of approximately 24%.

^{[16]}Predictive cues are able to bias response selection, suggesting a role of predicted outcomes in automatic processes.

^{[17]}Noise is not only present but necessary for the convergence of learning through the minimization of the difference between actual and predicted outcomes.

^{[18]}This study examined the Step 1 performance of students who have taken the prep course after completing pre-clinical coursework and factors which predicted outcomes.

^{[19]}ABSTRACT To examine whether trajectories of participation in organized activities during the high school years and beyond (from ages 14 to 20) predicted outcomes at age 21 (externalizing problems, internalizing problems, civic engagement, number of years of education, and perception of physical health), 354 youths (60% girls) were surveyed annually over nine years.

^{[20]}Around 1/4th WTR keratometric astigamtism eyes preoperatively were overcorrected to ATR refractive astigmatism whereas ½ATR remained undercorrected at 12 months Outcomes achieved were dissimilar to predicted outcomes with a conventional tIOL calculator but similar to those with Barrett’s formula.

^{[21]}Shapiro Wilks, chi2 and Wilcoxon test were used to compare the actual outcomes in the cohort against the predicted outcomes.

^{[22]}Meanwhile researchers are increasingly employing multivariate predictive models that aggregate information across a large number of features to predict outcomes of interest, but the test-retest reliability of predicted outcomes of these models has not previously been systematically studied.

^{[23]}They are algorithms that relate some parameters (demographic, clinical, health services utilization or living conditions) and some predicted outcomes (A&E visits, readmissions, death or expenditure).

^{[24]}The predicted outcomes were based on data pooled from four double-blind randomized controlled trials.

^{[25]}To date, the differences in predicted outcomes between the LQ model and other radiobiological models, which are characterized by additional dose modification beyond a certain transitional dose (dT), have not been well established.

^{[26]}Furthermore, we investigated the effects of drug administration and surgical resection on these quantities and predicted outcomes for different treatment regimens.

^{[27]}Validation of models in a separate prospective cohort yielded comparable R squared statistics for predicted outcomes.

^{[28]}METHODS This study compares the outcomes of septal myectomy at a tertiary referral center with predicted outcomes of mitral valve (MV) repair and aortic valve replacement (AVR) using the Society of Thoracic Surgeons Adult Cardiac Surgery Risk Calculator (STS Calculator).

^{[29]}This analysis underlies a critique of conventional optimization in which one uses the best data, knowledge and understanding to prioritize the decision alternatives based on predicted outcomes.

^{[30]}The elements of the work done by students that are presented in this article are the inquiry questions, predicted outcomes, a contrast between the expected and the results, a designed experimental procedure, conclusions and the answers found for the original question.

^{[31]}Relative risk (RR) adjustments to calibrate the CDM were estimated after consecutive attempts of running the model until the observed and CDM-predicted outcomes matched closely.

^{[32]}Our primary objective is to quantitatively and qualitatively compare experimentally measured acoustoelastic data with model-predicted outcomes using multiple strain energy functions.

^{[33]}The predicted outcomes of the temperature profiles, weld pool and time–temperature history are useful for optimizing the process parameters in the quasi-simultaneous laser transmission welding process.

^{[34]}The predicted outcomes showed that a concave collector could enhance the overall performance of the solar chimney power plant.

^{[35]}The real outcomes of enrolled patients estimated by Kaplan–Meier analysis were compared with the predicted outcomes calculated using GLOBE and UK‐PBC scores.

^{[36]}Discussion Configuration of parameters and alert criteria have implications for patient identification and predicted outcomes.

^{[37]}Participants modulated warmth for various reasons, including viewing warmth as a component of leadership, in response to others’ gendered expectations for warmth displays, and reflecting on actual or predicted outcomes of warmth displays to guide subsequent warmth displays.

^{[38]}Data and Methods: Using both EMR and Claims data, we predicted outcomes for 118,510 patients with 144,966 hospitalizations in 8 hospitals, using widely used prediction models.

^{[39]}The verification results show that the predicted outcomes of vehicle cluster situations using the evolution rule of driver’s propensity are consistent with the real-time recognition.

^{[40]}Cross-validation of predicted outcomes was tested versus eight models that participated in the MH5.

^{[41]}Predicted outcomes included: benefits expressed as life-years gained [LYG], CRC-related deaths avoided and CRC cases avoided; harms as additional complications due to colonoscopy (physical harm) and positive test results (psychological harm); and lifetime costs.

^{[42]}In order to further validate the scale, we conducted an experiment with a commercial puzzle game manipulating the duration of play with predicted outcomes on the different specific factors of the scale.

^{[43]}There are degrees of uncertainties associated with the predicted outcomes when interpreted by itself due to the limitation of microbial data and the dose-response model that derived from a short-term clinical study on Earth.

^{[44]}CONCLUSIONS Refractive outcomes after cataract extraction in vitrectomized patients can be variable and more hyperopic than the predicted outcomes using traditional and newer IOL calculation methods.

^{[45]}The results of applying this method to six mountain tunnel portals where slope instability occurred during construction indicate that the actual outcomes agreed with the predicted outcomes.

^{[46]}Method The exact definition of and the event types included in the predicted outcomes of four widely used CVD risk prediction models (ATP-III, Framingham (FRS), Pooled Cohort Equations (PCE) and SCORE) was determined according to ICD-10 codes.

^{[47]}836) for each of the predicted outcomes.

^{[48]}OBJECTIVE The predicted outcomes of autogenous arteriovenous (AV) hemodialysis access creation are predominantly based on historical data; however, both the hemodialysis population and clinical practices have changed significantly during the last decade.

^{[49]}Based on the predicted outcomes and observed outcomes, the performance of diagnostic tests is assessed for the classification models through the AUC calculated from these outcomes.

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METHODS To assess the potential benefits of a simplified second-line ART switch strategy, we use an individual-based model of HIV transmission, progression and the effect of ART which incorporates consideration of adherence and drug resistance, to compare predicted outcomes of two policies, defining first-line regimen failure for patients on efavirenz-based ART as either two consecutive viral load values more than 1000 copies/ml, with the second after an enhanced adherence intervention (implemented as per current WHO guidelines) or a single viral load value more than 1000 copies/ml.^{[1]}Methods: To assess the potential benefits of a simplified second-line ART switch strategy, we use an individual-based model of HIV transmission, progression and the effect of ART which incorporates consideration of adherence and drug resistance, to compare predicted outcomes of two policies, defining first-line regimen failure for patients on efavirenz-based ART as either two consecutive viral load values more than 1000 copies/ml, with the second after an enhanced adherence intervention (implemented as per current WHO guidelines) or a single viral load value more than 1000 copies/ml.

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## Compare Predicted Outcomes

Methods We used an existing individual-based model of HIV transmission and progression in adults, which takes into account the effects of drug resistance and differential drug potency in determining viral suppression and clinical outcomes to compare predicted outcomes of alternative ART regimen policies.^{[1]}METHODS To assess the potential benefits of a simplified second-line ART switch strategy, we use an individual-based model of HIV transmission, progression and the effect of ART which incorporates consideration of adherence and drug resistance, to compare predicted outcomes of two policies, defining first-line regimen failure for patients on efavirenz-based ART as either two consecutive viral load values more than 1000 copies/ml, with the second after an enhanced adherence intervention (implemented as per current WHO guidelines) or a single viral load value more than 1000 copies/ml.

^{[2]}Methods: To assess the potential benefits of a simplified second-line ART switch strategy, we use an individual-based model of HIV transmission, progression and the effect of ART which incorporates consideration of adherence and drug resistance, to compare predicted outcomes of two policies, defining first-line regimen failure for patients on efavirenz-based ART as either two consecutive viral load values more than 1000 copies/ml, with the second after an enhanced adherence intervention (implemented as per current WHO guidelines) or a single viral load value more than 1000 copies/ml.

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## Score Predicted Outcomes

In terms of predictive validity, TriPM scores predicted outcomes related to juvenile offenders' misconduct after a 3-month follow-up period.^{[1]}PDI-21 Conviction scores predicted outcomes for all measured MADS items.

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## Significantly Predicted Outcomes

On multivariate analysis, diagnostic category, inpatient status, age at LT, and transplant era significantly predicted outcomes in all ages with male sex predicting survival in childhood only.^{[1]}For RS and Sx30, no variable, including abnormal CXR, significantly predicted outcomes.

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## Different Predicted Outcomes

edentula's range and adaptive evolution led to different predicted outcomes in range dynamics during climate change illustrating the importance of including spatial variation in dispersal into species distribution models.^{[1]}Different predicted outcomes for the KAS based on variable potential groundwater extraction scenarios for the period 2015–2050 have been developed.

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## predicted outcomes even

Change in congestion strongly predicted outcomes even after adjusting for baseline congestion (p<0.^{[1]}Overall positivity of identity after stroke predicted outcomes even better than discrepancy.

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## predicted outcomes turned

The results showed that the prediction accuracy between simulated and predicted outcomes turned out to have a low coefficient of variation root mean square error (CvRMSE) value of approximately 24%.^{[1]}The results showed that the prediction accuracy between simulated and predicted outcomes turned out to have a low coefficient of variation root mean square error (CvRMSE) value of approximately 24%.

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## predicted outcomes matched

Relative risk (RR) adjustments to calibrate the CDM were estimated after consecutive attempts of running the model until the observed and CDM-predicted outcomes matched closely.^{[1]}RESULTS The model's predicted outcomes matched those demonstrated by modern trials.

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