Total operating characteristic

The Total Operating Characteristic (TOC) is a statistical method to compare a Boolean variable versus a rank variable.wikipedia
8 Related Articles

Boolean data type

booleanBoolean valueboolean variable
The Total Operating Characteristic (TOC) is a statistical method to compare a Boolean variable versus a rank variable.

Ranking

rankrankedrankings
The Total Operating Characteristic (TOC) is a statistical method to compare a Boolean variable versus a rank variable.

Contingency table

contingency tablescross tabulationcrosstab
Each threshold generates a two-by-two contingency table, which contains four entries: hits, misses, false alarms, and correct rejections.

Medical imaging

imagingdiagnostic imagingdiagnostic radiology
TOC is applicable to measure diagnostic ability in many fields including but not limited to: land change science, medical imaging, weather forecasting, remote sensing, and materials testing.

Remote sensing

remote-sensingremotely sensedremote sensor
TOC is applicable to measure diagnostic ability in many fields including but not limited to: land change science, medical imaging, weather forecasting, remote sensing, and materials testing.

Clark University

ClarkClark (MA)Clark College
Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr, professor of Geography at Clark University, and Kangping Si in 2014 first developed the TOC for application in land change science.

TOC

* Total Operating Characteristic, a statistical method to compare a boolean variable and a rank variable

Machine learning

learningmachine-learningstatistical learning
The Total Operating Characteristic (TOC) is an effective method to express a model's diagnostic ability.