Onco Phenotype inference information
Project Health Insights Onco Phenotype model was trained with labels that conform to the following standards.
- Tumor site and histology inferences: WHO ICD-O-3 representation.
- Clinical and pathologic stage TNM category inferences: American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC)'s 7th edition of the cancer staging manual.
You can find an overview of the response values here:
|tumorSite||The tumor site||
|histology||The histology code||
|clinicalStageT||The T category of the clinical stage||
|clinicalStageN||The N category of the clinical stage||
|clinicalStageM||The M category of the clinical stage||
|pathologicStageT||The T category of the pathologic stage||
|pathologicStageN||The N category of the pathologic stage||
|pathologicStageM||The M category of the pathologic stage||
Each inference has an attribute called
confidenceScore that expresses the confidence level for the inference value, ranging from 0 to 1. The higher the confidence score is, the more certain the model was about the inference value provided. The inference values should not be consumed without human review, no matter how high the confidence score is.
When you set the
includeEvidence property to
true, each evidence property has an
importance attribute that expresses how important that evidence was to predicting the inference value, ranging from 0 to 1. A higher importance value indicates that the model relied more on that specific evidence.
To get better insights into the request and responses, read more on following page: