Statistics - (Threshold|Cut-off) of binary classification
1 - About
The Threshold or Cut-off represents in a binary classification the probability that the prediction is true.
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3 - Example
Normally, the cut-off will be on 0.5 (random) but you can increase it to for instance 0.6. All predicted outcome with a probability above it will be classified in the first class and the other in the other class.