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  1. SciScore for 10.1101/2022.06.02.22275895: (What is this?)

    Please note, not all rigor criteria are appropriate for all manuscripts.

    Table 1: Rigor

    NIH rigor criteria are not applicable to paper type.

    Table 2: Resources

    No key resources detected.

    Results from OddPub: We did not detect open data. We also did not detect open code. Researchers are encouraged to share open data when possible (see Nature blog).

    Results from LimitationRecognizer: We detected the following sentences addressing limitations in the study:
    Our study has some limitations. First, the external test set was sourced from a single institution. It is critical to test the AI algorithm across multiple datasets distributed across geographical regions to ensure that the model’s results are generalizable across cohorts and geographies. Second, we utilized RT-PCR as the gold standard for the diagnosis of COVID-19 infections. However, RT-PCR has a limited sensitivity of approximately 71%, so there may be cases where the person is COVID-19 positive on chest radiographs but negative on RT-PCR results. Third, our study does not incorporate clinical parameters and does not attempt at categorising patients based on COVID-19 severity scores. We avoided providing COVID-19 scores based on chest radiographs as unlike chest CT scans, there is often interobserver disagreement on the extent of lung involvement in radiography for reasons encompassing different acquisition protocols, image quality, and radiologist opinion. The development of an AI system based on the consensus scoring of a few radiologists from an isolated geographical location may not represent the consensus of radiologists globally. However, some researchers did attempt to build such a system, like the one developed by Borghesi & Maroldi (22) on a small dataset of 100 patients. Attempts were also made by Monaco et al. (23) with the dataset of 295 patients and Orsi et al. (24) with the dataset of 155 patients to produce scoring systems for chest radiographs and link them...

    Results from TrialIdentifier: No clinical trial numbers were referenced.

    Results from Barzooka: We did not find any issues relating to the usage of bar graphs.

    Results from JetFighter: We did not find any issues relating to colormaps.

    Results from rtransparent:
    • Thank you for including a conflict of interest statement. Authors are encouraged to include this statement when submitting to a journal.
    • Thank you for including a funding statement. Authors are encouraged to include this statement when submitting to a journal.
    • Thank you for including a protocol registration statement.

    Results from scite Reference Check: We found no unreliable references.

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