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Table 3 Classification of left-out clinical groups

From: A unique pattern of cortical connectivity characterizes patients with attention deficit disorders: a large electroencephalographic coherence study

1. Classification of medicated ADD (MED) on basis of CON vs. unmedicated ADD (UMED)
Training Set: CON vs. UMED Test Set: MED
Num CON % CON Num UMED % UMED Num MED % MED DFA significance
correct correct correct correct correct correct t df P
550/619 88.9% 150/165 90.9% 161/182 88.46% 25.55 799 0.0001
Top 5 FAC: 13, 12, 4, 1, 2
2. Classification of ADD plus (APL) on basis of CON vs. ADD pure (APU)
Training Set: CON vs. APU Test Set: APL
Num CON % CON Num APU % APU Num APL % APL DFA significance
correct correct correct correct correct correct t df P
556/619 89.8% 141/158 89.2% 164/189 86.77% 24.04 806 0.0001
Top 5 FAC: 13, 12, 4, 2, 3
3. Classification of ADD extreme (AEX) on basis of CON vs. ADD not extreme (nAEX)
Training Set: CON vs. nAEX Test Set: AEX
Num CON % CON Num nAEX % nAEX Num AEX % AEX DFA significance
correct correct correct correct correct correct t df P
554/619 89.5% 219/238 90.2% 98/109 89.90% 20.33 726 0.0001
Top 5 FAC: 13, 12, 4, 2, 1
  1. CON neurotypical controls, DFA discriminant function analysis, df degrees of freedom, FAC factor(s), t Student’s t-test, P probability