A Novel Approach to Analysis Consequence of Climate changes on Erythemato-squamous Diseases using Machine Learning Algorithms

A Novel Approach to Analysis Consequence of Climate changes on Erythemato-squamous Diseases using Machine Learning Algorithms

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Volume-70 Issue-11
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Shaik Abdul Khalandar Basha, P. M. Durai Raj Vincent, K. Srividya, Pusarla Samyuktha, Jessu Madhumathi
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I11P202

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Shaik Abdul Khalandar Basha, P. M. Durai Raj Vincent, K. Srividya, Pusarla Samyuktha, Jessu Madhumathi, "A Novel Approach to Analysis Consequence of Climate changes on Erythemato-squamous Diseases using Machine Learning Algorithms," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 11, pp. 10-18, 2022. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I11P202

Erythemato-squamous Disease is considered an arboviral disease that falls under the subset of skin disease. Nearly 15% of death caused due to skin diseases are getting registered in the WHO IIPC survey, which can be considered a major threat to public health. In our retrospective study, we investigated ESD incidence with 34 attributes and attempted to determine and diagnose the effects of climate attributes on ESD. In the paper, weather data from Chicago and turkey are taken. Among that, 22 attributes from the first data set and 34 attributes from the second dataset are considered, with this total no of 49 unique attributes taken into consideration for the analysis. In this work, the Weather-Method-Diseases framework by using Machine Learning Algorithms. Pearson’s correlation coefficient factor is used to measure the strength of a relationship that exists among 49 attributes for the analysis. The finding in our research is presented, and the result analysis shows the superiority of the proposed approach; these 23attributes are highly correlated. These attributes can be considered to be the most deciding factor for predicting six different types of skin diseases in the future using this proposed framework.

Erythemato-squamous Diseases (ESD), W-M-D framework, Machine Learning Algorithms, Pearson’s correlation coefficient.

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