A classification algorithm was used to predict Yes/No values for a given training data set, and then the results were applied to 100 observations in a testing data set. The actual Yes/No values and the estimated probabilities of Yes for these 100 observations are listed in the file P14_09.xlsx. Calculate the same accuracy measures as in Figure 14.20 and create the corresponding ROC curve. Comment on how you would use it for future classifications.

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A classification algorithm was used to predict Yes/No values for a given training data set, and then the results were applied to 100 observations in a testing data set. The actual Yes/No values and the estimated probabilities of Yes for these 100 observations are listed in the file P14_09.xlsx. Calculate the same accuracy measures as in Figure 14.20 and create the corresponding ROC curve. Comment on how you would use it for future classifications.

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