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Tip of the Day:June 4
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The Gini coefficient is one of the many model statistics which is commonly used in data mining. However, it is not a part of the the proc logistic outputs. Fortunately, the Gini coefficient can be calculated easily by taking twice the c statistics and subtracting 1 from it.
Gini = 2 * C statistics - 1
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Submitted by Murphy Choy from Singapore. Contact me at my Discussion Page.
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