The SAFE Toolbox provides a set of functions to perform Global Sensitivity Analysis in Matlab/Octave environment. It implements several methods, including the Elementary Effects Test, Regional Sensitivity Analysis, Variance-Based (Sobol’) sensitivity analysis and the novel PAWN method.
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- Qian, George; Mahdi, Adam: Sensitivity analysis methods in the biomedical sciences (2020)
- Xiao, Sinan; Oladyshkin, Sergey; Nowak, Wolfgang: Forward-reverse switch between density-based and regional sensitivity analysis (2020)
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