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Table 3 Quality of Evidence according to GRADE [18]

From: Machine learning methods in sport injury prediction and prevention: a systematic review

  Imprecision (n < 300) Risk of bias (NOS < 6) Conclusion
Oliver et al N (n = 355) N = 8 moderate-quality
Ayala et al Y (n = 96) N = 7 low-quality
López-Valenciano et al Y (n = 132) N = 7 low-quality
Rommers et al N (n = 734) N = 7 moderate-quality
Rossi et al Y (n = 26) Y = 5 very-low
Carey et al Y (n = 133) Y = 5 low-quality
Ruddy et al N (n = 362) N = 8 moderate-quality
Thornton et al Y (n = 25) Y = 5 very-low
McCullagh & Whitfort Y (n = 39) N = 7 very-low
Rodas et al N (n = 363) N = 7 moderate-quality
Whiteside et al Y (n = 113) N = 7 low-quality