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A general approach for predicting the behavior of the Supreme Court of the United States

Fig 3

Case and justice accuracy compared against null models.

The first row corresponds to M = 10, the second row corresponds to M = ∞, and the third row corresponds to always guess Reverse. The left column corresponds to case accuracy, and the right column corresponds to justice accuracy. When our model outperforms the baseline, the plot is shaded green; when it fails to exceed the baseline performance, the plot is shaded red.

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