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Data Mining in Clinical Medicine

The use of statistics to prove the validity of the treatment over
discrete populations; the creation of predictive models for diagnosis,
prognosis, and treatment; and the inference of clinical guidelines as
decision trees.. the use of the Internet in data mining as well as how
to use distributed data for making better model inferences.

 

It's coming, bitches. If you want to get the drop on me you can read one of several collections about Data Mining and its potential for intrusion upon our personal data, by the name of:

Data Mining in Clinical Medicine, Carlos Fernández-Llatas & Juan Miguel García-Gómez
(Springer Protocols, ©2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York)

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