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Machine learning-based clinical prediction modeling - A practical guide for clinicians

@article{Kernbach2020MachineLC,
  title={Machine learning-based clinical prediction modeling - A practical guide for clinicians},
  author={Julius M. Kernbach and V. Staartjes},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.15069}
}
In the emerging era of big data, larger available clinical datasets and computational advances have sparked a massive interest in machine learning-based approaches. The number of manuscripts related to machine learning or artificial intelligence has exponentially increased over the past years. As analytical machine learning tools become readily available for clinicians to use, the understanding of key concepts and the awareness of analytical pitfalls are increasingly required for clinicians… Expand

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