Data mining for predictive analysis in gynecology: a focus on cervical health

Laberiano Andrade-Arenas, Inoc Rubio-Paucar, Cesar Yactayo-Arias


Currently, data mining based on the application of detection of important patterns that allow making decisions according to cervical cancer is a problem that affects women from the age of 24 years and older. For this purpose, the Rapid Miner Studio tool was used for data analysis according to age. To perform this analysis, the knowledge discovery in databases (KDD) methodology was used according to the stages that this methodology follows, such as data selection, data preparation, data mining and evaluation and interpretation. On the other hand, the comparison of methodologies such as the standard intersectoral process for data mining (Crips-dm), KDD and sample, explore, modify, model, evaluate (Semma) is shown, which is separated by dimensions and in each dimension both methodologies are compared. In that sense, a graph was created comparing algorithmic models such as naive Bayes, decision tree, and rule induction. It is concluded that the most outstanding result was -1.424 located in cluster 4 in the attribute result date.


Crisp-dm; Data mining; Knowledge discovery in databases; Rapid miner studio; Semma

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
p-ISSN 2088-8708, e-ISSN 2722-2578

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