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Ken

Biostatisticians have done some work on this. A screening test is often applied to a population and then those who score highly are given a gold standard test. The only solution is to include some subjects with low scores to receive the gold standard, then analyse it properly. The secret to analysing it properly is that those who don't receive the gold standard are missing data. Judging by one talk of been to data scientists don't understand that.

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