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Response to: Significance and stability of deep learning-based identification of subtypes within major psychiatric disorders. Molecular Psychiatry (2022)

by   Xizhe Zhang, et al.

Recently, Winter and Hahn [1] commented on our work on identifying subtypes of major psychiatry disorders (MPDs) based on neurobiological features using machine learning [2]. They questioned the generalizability of our methods and the statistical significance, stability, and overfitting of the results, and proposed a pipeline for disease subtyping. We appreciate their earnest consideration of our work, however, we need to point out their misconceptions of basic machine-learning concepts and delineate some key issues involved.


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