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Fig. 2 | Health and Quality of Life Outcomes

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From: Translation, cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Nepali versions of numerical pain rating scale and global rating of change

Fig. 2

Receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curves.ᅟa Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Curve for the stable group (GROC=4) versus improved group (GROC=5-7). Area under this curve (AUC) indicates the accuracy of NPRS-NP for differentiating between the stable and improved group with the value of AUC closer to “1” indicating better agreement with the GROC-NP as an external anchor. b Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Curve for small improvement group (GROC=5). Area under this curve (AUC) indicates the accuracy of NPRS-NP for differentiating between the stable group and the group that had a small improvement with the value of AUC closer to “1” indicating better agreement with the GROC-NP as an external anchor. c Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Curve for the medium improvement group (GROC=6). Area under this curve (AUC) indicates the accuracy of NPRS-NP for differentiating between the stable group and the group that had a medium improvement with the value of AUC closer to “1” indicating better agreement with the GROC-NP as an external anchor. d Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Curve for the large improvement group (GROC=7). Area under this curve (AUC) indicates the accuracy of NPRS-NP for differentiating between the stable group and the group that had a large improvement with the value of AUC closer to “1” indicating better agreement with the GROC-NP as an external anchor

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