Data mining and medical research studies
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Health care information systems tend to capture data for their research in order to promote the level of people?s health status and the satisfaction of individuals in societies. To this aim, many approaches have been taken and examined. Data mining is one of the newest analytical methods that have been used to serve medical science research and has been shown to be a valid, sensitive, and reliable method to discover patterns and relationships. It involves the use of data analysis tools to discover previously unknown, valid patterns and relationships in large data sets. While data mining represents a significant advance in the type of analytical tools currently available, medical research studies have benefitted from its application in many areas of interest.In this article, we are to review the role of data mining and its importance in medical science studies.
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