Using machine learning to identify suicide risk: a classification tree approach to prospectively identify adolescent suicide attempters - Hill RM, Oosterhoff B, Do C.

This study applies classification tree analysis to prospectively identify suicide attempters among a large adolescent community sample, to demonstrate the strengths and limitations of this approach for risk identification. METHOD: Data w...
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