Category Archives: fbroc

Partial AUC support added to fbroc 0.4.0

Support for partial AUC was added to fbroc with the version 0.4.0, which has just been accepted on CRAN. Official changelog fbroc 0.4.0 New features Partial AUCs over both TPR and FPR ranges can be calculated You can now adjust text size for plots In the ROC plot the (partial) AUC can now optionally be… Read More »

Shiny interface for fbroc updated

I am happy to announce an updated shiny interface to my R package fbroc. Before updating the interface further to include the new features of fbroc, I wanted to update the interface first. Fortunately, there is an excellent package for the creation of dashboard interfaces for shiny: shinydashboard. I had to rewrite parts of the… Read More »

fbroc 0.3.0 released!

Yesterday, I submitted fbroc 0.3.0 to CRAN and it was accepted shortly afterwards. By now it should have been built for most platforms. As usual, I will spent the next time to upgrade the Shiny application as well. If you haven’t read it before, the main new feature in 0.3.0 is the analysis of paired… Read More »

Short update on fbroc development

After a long break due to a vacation and other taking care of some other more urgent issues, I have started resuming work on fbroc. I hope to have version 0.3.0 out in a few weeks. The main new feature (handling paired ROC curves) is already completed, but I need to polish the code and… Read More »

fbroc 0.2.1 release

The fbroc 0.2.1 release was added to CRAN yesterday. Actually, I released fbroc 0.2.0 the day before and then had to update again due to a pointer bug found by valgrind as kindly pointed out by Brian Ripley, which did causes crashes or erros in my testing. Further versions will always be tested thoroughly with… Read More »

Using classes to write fbroc

Currently I am working on the next version of fbroc. One important new feature will be the analysis of paired ROC curves, which is important when you compare two classifiers. One example would be comparing some new diagnostic method to the state-of-the-art. Before doing this I wanted to improve my C++ code. In the first… Read More »

fbroc 0.1.0 release

Last week I released my first R-package fbroc. Using fbroc you can use bootstrap analysis to quickly calculate confidence regions for the curve itself as well as derived performance metrics like the AUC. Getting the package published was less work than I expected, because the new book by Hadley Wickham R packages was a big… Read More »