Resampling methods for evaluating classification accuracy of wildlife habitat models

@article{Verbyla1989ResamplingMF,
  title={Resampling methods for evaluating classification accuracy of wildlife habitat models},
  author={D. Verbyla and J. Litvaitis},
  journal={Environmental Management},
  year={1989},
  volume={13},
  pages={783-787}
}
Predictive models of wildlife-habitat relationships often have been developed without being tested The apparent classification accuracy of such models can be optimistically biased and misleading. Data resampling methods exist that yield a more realistic estimate of model classification accuracy These methods are simple and require no new sample data. We illustrate these methods (cross-validation, jackknife resampling, and bootstrap resampling) with computer simulation to demonstrate the… Expand
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