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This is not medical advice. The content is intended as educational content for health care professionals and students. If you are a patient, seek care of a health care professional. Kai explains in depth how to calculate likelihood rations using equations and the nomogram method. Pre-Test and Post-Test probabilities are also covered.
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zedstatistics

Hello friends,
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This video describes how to compute LR test statistics to compare the fitness of two regression models.
I have used R studio here. But you can use Stata, Eviews, or even MS Excel to compute F-test to compare two regression models.
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Sarveshwar Inani

This video provides an introduction to the likelihood ratio test, as well as some of the intuition behind it.
Check out http://oxbridge-tutor.co.uk/undergraduate-econometrics-course for course materials, and information regarding updates on each of the courses. Check out https://ben-lambert.com/econometrics-course-problem-sets-and-data/ for course materials, and information regarding updates on each of the courses. Quite excitingly (for me at least), I am about to publish a whole series of new videos on Bayesian statistics on youtube. See here for information: https://ben-lambert.com/bayesian/ Accompanying this series, there will be a book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1473916364/ref=pe_3140701_247401851_em_1p_0_ti

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Ben Lambert

Hello friends,
Hope you all are doing great!
This video describes the likelihood ratio test. In next videos, I would describe how to compute LR test statistics.
I have used R studio here. But you can use Stata, Eviews, or even MS Excel to compute F-test to compare two regression models.
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Sarveshwar Inani

If you hang out around statisticians long enough, sooner or later someone is going to mumble "maximum likelihood" and everyone will knowingly nod. After this video, so can you!
Also, some viewers asked for a worked out example that includes the math. Here it is! (you may need to click on the "Show More" button below to see the link) https://youtu.be/cDlNsHUBmw4
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StatQuest with Josh Starmer

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The likelihood ratio test maximizes the probability of correctly deciding hypothesis H_1 is true for any given probability of deciding H_0 is false when the hypotheses are both simple. Example showing the likelihood ratio test for a known signal in noise is a matched filter.

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Barry Van Veen

Video describing the role of likelihood ratios in diagnostic testing

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Terry Shaneyfelt

Determining accuracy and clinical usefulness of a diagnostic test. If you are interested only in calculating sensitivity and specificity, please see this video: http:--youtu.be-FaIR9vA5AX0

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TheRMUoHP Biostatistics Resource Channel

A light-hearted crash course on how to calculate likelihood ratios in order to understand the utility of a diagnostic test. Developed at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine by Claire Lee under the supervision of Dr. Ian McDowell.

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Claire Lee

Do you fully understand the likelihood ratio? Our Step 1 Express Video of the Week tackles this high-yield topic from the epidemiology and biostatistics section of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1. We invite you to pull out your 2018 edition and open it to page 253 as Daniel Griffin walks you through this method of determining the usefulness of a diagnostic test.
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USMLE-Rx

Calculation of a likelihood function for n samples each independent, identically distributed from a Normal distribution (with a known variance).
These short videos work through mathematical details used in the Multivariate Statistical Modelling module at UWE.

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deetoher

How to run a chi-square test and interpret the output in SPSS (v20) when the assumptions have been violated.
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BrunelASK

Part 3 integrates lessons learned about prevalence and test parameters, to apply them to a case to a specific patient.
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akbashevym

http://AllSignalProcessing.com for more great signal processing content, including concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files.
There is no universally optimal test strategy for composite hypotheses (unknown parameters in the pdfs). The generalized likelihood ratio test (GLRT) is a likelihood ratio in which the unknown parameters are replaced by their maximum likelihood estimates. Example of the GLRT for detecting a signal of known shape but unknown amplitude in noise of unknown variance.

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Barry Van Veen

Paper: Statistical Inference III
Module: Some further Properties of LRT
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Vidya-mitra

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MedNStat Reviews for the Boards

In DNA identification science, the likelihood ratio (LR) assesses the evidential support for the identification hypothesis that a suspect contributed their DNA to the biological evidence. The LR summarizes the sensitivity and specificity of a statistical test. The LR logarithm is a standard information measure for stating the support for a simple hypothesis (i.e., a single assertion relative to its logical alternative).
After Alan Turing's LR methods cracked the German Enigma code during World War II, LR usage became widespread. The LR is ubiquitous in the physical, biological, social, economic, computer and forensic sciences. First introduced into biological identification through paternity testing, the LR enjoys unparalleled international usage as the most informative DNA mixture statistic.
Yet American crime labs shun the LR, and prefer to report DNA inclusion statistics that they find easier to explain in court. Such "inclusion" methods (variously termed PI, CPI, CPE or RMNE) use less of the DNA data, typically discarding a million-fold factor of identification information. Thus highly informative DNA mixture evidence can be reported as "inconclusive" or assigned an unrealistically low match score. Unfortunately, minimizing DNA evidence leads to a failure to identify criminals, with an adverse effect on public safety.
To make the LR more acceptable to American analysts and their juries, we need more intuitive ways to explain the LR. Fortunately, the LR can be expressed (by Bayes theorem) in several equivalent ways. Stated in plain English, these alternative formulations include:
1. the information gain in the identification hypothesis from the DNA data,
2. how well the identification hypothesis explains the data, relative to its alternative, and
3. our increased belief in a match to a suspect, based on the inferred evidence genotype.
The second LR formulation prevails in forensic DNA. While natural for computers and statisticians, non-mathematicians often find its formulas opaque. In this talk, we describe the other two formulations as intuitive ways to explain the LR simply and accurately. Moreover, these other approaches avoid the dread "transposed conditional." Using DNA case examples, we show how to easily understand the LR, present it in court, and deflect superficial challenges.
For the American public to benefit from the full protective power of DNA identification information, analysts must be able to confidently explain the LR. This talk shows them how.
http://www.cybgen.com/information/presentations/2010/ISHI/Perlin_Explaining_the_likelihood_ratio_in_DNA_mixture_interpretation/page.shtml

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TrueAllele

This video demonstrates how to interpret the odds ratio (exponentiated beta) in a binary logistic regression using SPSS with one continuous predictor variable. Converting odds ratio to probability is reviewed. A binary logistic regression returns the probability of group membership when the outcome variable is dichotomous.

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Dr. Todd Grande

This video provides an introduction to the Wald test, as well as some of the intuition behind it.
Check out http://oxbridge-tutor.co.uk/undergraduate-econometrics-course for course materials, and information regarding updates on each of the courses. Check out https://ben-lambert.com/econometrics-course-problem-sets-and-data/ for course materials, and information regarding updates on each of the courses. Quite excitingly (for me at least), I am about to publish a whole series of new videos on Bayesian statistics on youtube. See here for information: https://ben-lambert.com/bayesian/ Accompanying this series, there will be a book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1473916364/ref=pe_3140701_247401851_em_1p_0_ti

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Ben Lambert

Statistical Inference by Prof. Somesh Kumar, Department of Mathematics, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in

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nptelhrd

Video demonstrating how to calculate a positive likelihood ratio

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Terry Shaneyfelt

For more information on econometrics and Bayesian statistics, see: https://ben-lambert.com/

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Ox educ

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ilangobi

1. What is likelihood ratio?
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Gopal Malakar

Check out https://ben-lambert.com/econometrics-course-problem-sets-and-data/ for course materials, and information regarding updates on each of the courses. Quite excitingly (for me at least), I am about to publish a whole series of new videos on Bayesian statistics on youtube. See here for information: https://ben-lambert.com/bayesian/ Accompanying this series, there will be a book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1473916364/ref=pe_3140701_247401851_em_1p_0_ti

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Ben Lambert

Introduction to the Likelihood Ratio Test; Discussion over #37C from ASM manual, SOA #22 and #37.13 from ASM manual

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video describing the calculation of a negative likelihood ratio

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Terry Shaneyfelt

Brief Introduction to likelihood ratios and how to use them clinically

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Justin Adams

This video follows from where we left off in Part 1 in this series on the details of Logistic Regression. This time we're going to talk about how the squiggly line is optimized to best fit the data.
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StatQuest with Josh Starmer

PSPP is a open source alternative to IBM SPSS. PSPP is freely available from https://www.gnu.org/software/pspp/. It is similar to SPSS and has SPSS like GUI menus for statistical analysis. In this video cast it was explained as how to perform cross tabulation and interpret chi-square statistic together with likelihood ratio test through its p value.

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Social Research Insights

Build a probability response model. Evaluate the performance of your multinomial classification model with log-likelihood. Applying log likelihood to ensemble modeling scenarios. Alternative method: Margin- based Cost Function.
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Salford Systems

F-test for testing a subset of regressors; testing the joint significance; F-test, Chi-square, t-test, Wald test of linear restrictions.
Typical uses: Despite the off putting phrase "testing linear restriction" this test has many uses. We can use it to test whether a coefficient equals a particular value, - in the CAPM model we'd like to test that the beta equals to one, for example; another common usage among us newbies is to test a set of dummies is zero.

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Phil Chan

Subject:Statistics
Paper: Statistical Inference I

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Vidya-mitra

A chi-squared test is preferred when correlating two categorical variables, one or both of which are nominal.
This video shows how to compute a chi-squared test and how to interpret the output when assumptions have been violated.
Please see the other chi-squared test video if assumptions have not been violated.

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BrunelASK

In this video, I go over likelihood ratios as a tool to decide the quality of a new diagnostic test.

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Tara Bishop MD

This video demonstrates how to interpret the odds ratio (exponentiated beta) in a binary logistic regression using SPSS with two independent variables. A binary logistic regression returns the odds of belonging to a level of a dichotomous dependent variable using one or more independent variables.

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Dr. Todd Grande

A description of likelihood ratios using pictures and plain language.

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Marc Campo

A.Kozuk. Bootstrap log-likelihood ratio test for linear hypothesis testing in problem with instrumental variables.
Details: http://www.mathnet.ru/php/conference.phtml?confid=394&option_lang=rus

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Optimization and Statistics in MIPT

This video demonstrates how and when to interpret Pearson Chi-Square, Continuity Correction (Yates’ Correction), and Fisher’s Exact Test in SPSS. The chi-square test is used to test the independence of two or more nominal variables.

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Dr. Todd Grande

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Haley Leach

Based on test results, compute overall likeihood ratio. You enter TPR and FPR and cut score based on your research of useful tests.

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Pearson's Chi Square Test (Goodness of Fit)
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After attending this presentation, attendees will better understand the principles of reporting DNA match results using a likelihood ratio (LR). By framing the apparently obscure notions of the LR in a more accessible literary setting, forensic practitioners can develop increased comfort with this important reporting and testifying skill.
The presentation will impact the forensic community by enabling practitioners to more comfortably use the LR in their DNA match reporting. Mastery of the LR principle is critical for reporting out the most informative results from complex DNA evidence. Society depends on this accurate LR information for apprehending and convicting criminals.
The principles of Bayesian inference (Bayes, 1763) were well known to the Victorians (Jevons, 1874). One master practitioner was detective Sherlock Holmes, who routinely employed a "balance of probabilities" to solve his fictional crimes (Doyle, 1890). Holmes deft use of the LR for weighing evidence (Good, 1950) regularly astounded his compatriots. His clarifying insights into applied inductive logic are particularly relevant to the modern reporting of DNA evidence.
Chapter IV of the "Hound of the Baskervilles" (Doyle, 1902) finds Holmes and his companions breakfasting at a London hotel. They are pondering the origin of a cryptic letter that warns the new Baskerville lord to stay away from his ancestral home, lest he too share the fate of his prematurely deceased predecessor. Holmes examines the handwritten address and announces that the letter was written in a nearby hotel. "Guesswork!" scoffs a skeptic. "Rather," rejoins Holmes, "we balance probabilities." His ensuing explanation is a lucid gem of likelihood clarity.
Sherlock Holmes' same Bayesian logic underlies the scientific reporting of DNA evidence. The identification hypothesis asserts that a suspect contributed his DNA to some biological evidence. The alternative hypothesis avers that someone else was the contributor. The LR balances the probability of the evidence assuming the identification hypothesis, relative to the data probability under the alternative hypothesis. The resulting weight of evidence provides an objective numerical LR match score that focuses on the data, and factors away prior prejudices.
This talk presents the LR concept through the investigative eye of Sherlock Holmes. We will work through a literary case example, illustrating every step of the LR determination using words and pictures. These concepts will then be applied to the reporting of complex DNA evidence, such as DNA mixtures.
Forensic DNA is an information science, with the LR providing a unifying information metric for all interpretation methods. Every valid DNA match score is a LR. Our talk advances practitioner understanding of the LR concept, facilitating its comfortable presentation in courtroom testimony.
References
1. Bayes T. An essay towards solving a problem in the doctrine of chances. Phil Trans. 1763;53:370-418.
2. Doyle AC. The Sign of Four. London: Spencer Blacket, 1890.
3. Doyle AC. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: George Newnes, Ltd, 1902.
4. Good IJ. Probability and the Weighing of Evidence. London: Griffin, 1950.
5. Jevons WS. The Principles of Science: A Treatise on Logic and Scientific Method. London: Macmillon & Co, 1874.
http://www.cybgen.com/information/presentations/2011/AAFS/Perlin_Sherlock_Holmes_and_the_DNA_likelihood_ratio/page.shtml

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