Stroke can be associated with cardiovascular heart disease.
We can ask the data the questions below,and ask the data to provide us the answers to those questions.
since we are looking at a dataset, it may be best to look at the data as a population of patients instead of one patient. (plural).
Predictive Modeling can be the basis to analyze this data.
If the patient had a Stroke (dependent variable), we can ask these questions of the data:
Question #1: Current smoker?
Question #2: What sex is the patient? Male or Female?
Question #3: Previous CHD? (chronic heart disease)
Question #4: Previous MI? (Myocardial Infarct)
Question #5: Previous Stroke?
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Framingham Heart Study Data
The use of data analytic tools and business intelligence tools will help identify 5 key research questions that the Framingham Heart Study data will assist with answering for Merciful Health System’s Cardiac & Vascular Institute. This project was conducted using data analytic tools and business intelligence tools to determine if the 5 key research questions can be answered using the health data for the Framingham Heart Study. Using technology and statistical data to analyze and study trends in treatment will help predict outcomes for patient care. The primary methods used to complete this project include: Rstudio and Framingham Heart Study health data. Our results indicated that to get a stroke, the patient need not necessarily be a male or female, either of the sex has an equal chance of getting stroke. However, age and body mass index contributes to the prediction of risk of stroke in patients. Higher the age and body mass index, there is a higher risk of a patient to get stroke, but with a cut-off value in age as discussed in our results. Similarly, patients with a previous smoking habits helps to predict the risk of patients slightly. The patients with previous CHD, previous MI showed a positive relation to stroke explaining the increased risk however not a significant level based on our Goodman and Kruskal Tau measure and Regression model....
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