Standard errors of AUC values were accurate but the power to detect differences in performance was low.
Calibration tests were extremely sensitive to sample size.
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The AUC and Brier score showed large variation with small samples.Despite high rates of undiagnosed diabetes and prediabetes in Canada, the assessment tools currently used to estimate an individual’s risk of diabetes are lacking.It is clinically important to be able to identify individuals at risk for diabetes.We developed electronic and paper-based CANRISK scores using logistic regression, and then validated them against reference standard blood tests using test-set methods.We used area under the curve () analyses to compare CANRISK with other alternative risk-scoring models in terms of their ability to discern true dysglycemia.