There are different cutoff points
for different benefits.
5 cutoff point
there is not a clear and sustained pattern in terms of the superiority of one model over another that could be generalized and tied to particular features of the datasets with perhaps one exception.
The direct effect is the derivative of total labor demand with respect to wages, holding the cutoff point
The cutoff point
to assess a sample as positive by FISH for EML4-ALK fusions significantly affected test specificity and sensitivity.
A comparison of the sensitivity values for those with MCI indicated that using the absolute cutoff value decreases the sensitivity of the MoCA-B to 44%; however, this value increases to 63% when the relative cutoff point
The cutoff points
may also not be relevant for use with older adults who are experiencing both acute and chronic pain from multiple comorbid conditions.
It is also possible in the RD framework to test the sensitivity of discontinuities at the cutoff point
by estimating models in which the cutoff point
is artificially lowered.
CORRECTION: The president repeatedly drew lines in the sand over the cost, promising a veto if that limit was passed, then retreated when the supposed cutoff point
was left behind.
From this plot, a cutoff point
in velocity can be established at the point where the minimum nodularity accepted by the customer intersects with the right side of the range of velocity (Fig.
5 to the mean, one arrives at the cutoff point
for each subscale.
However, the GFR results fell below the cutoff point
for moderate CKD in 16% of patients.
Supervisors Yvonne Brathwaite Burke and Zev Yaroslavsky asked Wolfe why the county must spend new money on nonessential Public Works projects when other pressing funding matters are at hand, such as the cutoff point
this summer when a multibillion-dollar federal bailout of the county health system ends.