There is an error in the last sentence of the “Validation on factual statements” section of the Results. The sentence should read: With this method we estimate that, in the four subject areas, true statements are assigned higher truth values than false ones with probability 95%, 98%, 100%, and 95%, respectively.
Fig 4 is incorrect. Please view the corrected figure below.
For each confusion matrix depicted in Fig 3 we compute ROC curves where true statements correspond to the diagonal and false statements to off-diagonal elements. The red dashed line represents the performance of a random classifier.
Citation: Ciampaglia GL, Shiralkar P, Rocha LM, Bollen J, Menczer F, Flammini A (2015) Correction: Computational Fact Checking from Knowledge Networks. PLoS ONE 10(10): e0141938. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0141938
Published: October 27, 2015
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