April 26 reflection questions
Please respond to these questions by Wednesday noon at the latest. We expect short answers. There is no correct answer and we are not expecting you to spend a long time on this; the goal is to check that you've read the articles and to raise discussion points that we will go over in class.
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[Joshi et al] How do the authors encode the raw measurements to ensure that the clusters near 0 magnitude of abnormality correspond to the well patient?
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[Joshi et al] Why do the authors do a second clustering for the foci based on the directions of the abnormality? What problems might arise if they ignore that second clustering and only cluster based on the magnitude of abnormality?
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[Doshi-Velez et al] How do the authors test whether or not the comorbidities learned for each subgroup are statistically significant?
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[Doshi-Velez et al] What are the possible reasons that might have lead to subgroup 3 (the group characterized by psychiatric disorders to have the earliest ASD diagnosis?
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[Joshi et al] (Optional) How do the authors discern which subset of measurements is relevant to which focus?
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