Mean (95% CI) | |
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Females | |

R^{2} statistic,^{a} % | 71.70 (70.30 to 73.10) |

D statistic^{b} | 3.25 (3.15 to 3.37) |

ROC statistic^{c} | 0.92 (0.91 to 0.93) |

Males | |

R^{2} statistic,^{a} % | 72.11 (71.04 to 73.18) |

D statistic^{b} | 3.29 (3.20 to 3.38) |

ROC statistic^{c} | 0.92 (0.91 to 0.93) |

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*a**R*^{2}statistic shows explained variation in time to diagnosis of lung cancer — higher values indicate more variation is explained.↵

*b**D statistic is a measure of discrimination — higher values indicate better discrimination.*↵

*c**ROC statistic is a measure of discrimination — higher values indicate better discrimination.*