I am having diffiuculty with 2 questions.
1. Does specificity, or prevalence have a greater effect on positive predicitve values (PPV)?
2. 200 people at a dinner. 122 people get sick. 150 (of the 200) had ice cream- 118 got sick,
while- 50 (of the 200) had pie- 4 got sick.
Which desert was responsible for the illness, and why?
I used the ATTACK RATIO, to determine that the ice cream casued people to get sick
AR(ice cream)= 79%, AR (pie)= 8%. Am I correct and how do I wrtie why?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 4, 2021, 5:59 pm ad1c9bdddf
(1). Prevalence will have a greater effect on positive predictive values. The prevalence of a test is much lower so the predictive value of a positive test will also be lower. As ...
The attack ratio and positive predicted values are examined.