[pymvpa] Accuracy for distinguishing each class against all others

jian hou jianhou_nj at 126.com
Mon Apr 11 01:56:05 UTC 2016

Hi Brain,
Thank you very much for your reply.
I got the confusion matrix. How could I get the p value for each class?  Can I  just compare the classification accuracy for each class with the cvte.null_dist.ca.dist_samples?
Jian Hou

At 2016-04-11 02:53:13, "Brian Murphy" <brian.murphy at qub.ac.uk> wrote:
>Hi Jian,
>this tutorial page includes an example of multiclass analysis, and down
>the end it shows how to get the confusion matrix out of a (in this case
>cross-validated) classifier with cvte.ca.stats.matrix. Note that you
>have to tell your classifier to retain that information, with
>best of luck,
>On Sun, 2016-04-10 at 16:24 +0800, jian hou wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'd like to run a permutation test for a multi-class classification
>> and I'm interested in the classification accuracy of each class rather
>> than the overall accuracy. 
>> Is there a way to get the null distribution of the accuracy of each
>> class?
>> Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
>> Best,
>> Jian Hou
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