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Analysis Of A Population Of Diabetic Patients Databases In Weka Tool
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Author(s)
P.Yasodha, M.Kannan
KEYWORDS
Data Mining, Diabetics data, Classification algorithm, Association algorithm Weka tool
ABSTRACT
Data mining is an important tool in many areas of research and industry. Companies and organizations are increasingly interested in applying data mining tools to increase the value added by their data collections systems. Nowhere is this potential more important than in the healthcare industry. As medical records systems become more standardized and commonplace, data quantity increases with much of it going unanalyzed. Taking into account the prevalence of diabetes among men and women the study is aimed at finding out the characteristics that determine the presence of diabetes and to track the maximum number of men and women suffering from diabetes with 249 population using weka tool. In this paper the data classification is diabetic patients data set is developed by collecting data from hospital repository consists of 249 instances with 7 different attributes. The instances in the Dataset are pertaining to the two categories of blood tests, urine tests. WEKA tool is used to classify the data and the data is evaluated using 10-fold cross validation and the results are compared.
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