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Constructing an inference sample

Updated on April 5, 2022

Construct an interference sample to infer the behavior of rejects and declines.

The scorebands are used to construct the inference sample for inferring the behavior of the rejected or declined cases. The target behavior of the declined cases is likely to be around or slightly higher than the target behavior of the average of the accepted cases.

  1. In the Inference sample step, click the Tabular view tab and analyze the rejected and declined cases.
  2. Click the Graphical view tab and confirm or modify the scorebands:
    1. From the drop-down list below the graph, select the area that you want to modify.
    2. To modify the selected area, drag the slider control.

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