Journal article Open Access
Shashank Joshi; Vijayendra Gaikwad; Sairam Rathod; Anamika Rathod; Neha Sagar
Diabetes is a disease where the predominant finding is high blood sugar. The high blood sugar may either be because of deficient insulin production (Type 1) or insulin resistance in peripheral tissue cells (Type 2). Many problems occur if diabetes remains untreated and unidentified. It is additional inventor of various varieties of disorders for example: coronary failure, blindness, urinary organ diseases etc. Nine different machine learning techniques are used in this research work for prediction of diabetes. A dataset of diabetic patient’s is taken and nine different machine learning techniques are applied on the dataset. Positive likelihood ratio, Negative likelihood ratio, Positive predictive value, Negative predictive value, Disease prevalence, Specificity, Precision, Recall, F1-Score ,True positive rate, False positive rate of the applied algorithms is discussed and compared. Diabetes is growing at an increasing in the world and it requires continuous monitoring. To check this we use Logical regression, Random forest, Logical regression CV, Support Vector Machine, Artificial Neural Network (ANN), Decision Tree, k-nearest neighbors (KNN), XGB classifier.
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