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Fig. 5 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 5

From: Modelling reactive case detection strategies for interrupting transmission of Plasmodium falciparum malaria

Fig. 5

Permutation feature importance in settings with stable transmission (without elimination in controls). a Permutation variable importance. bf Covariate-adjusted variable importance. All plots were generated using a random forest classifier. “Probability 1” describes the probability of elimination. E14 is the probability of effective treatment of any clinical case within 14 days, \(\iota_{max}\) and \(\nu\) describe the maximum number of index cases that can be followed up and the search radius respectively, and max(INC) describes the maximum 5-day case incidence throughout the simulation period

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