Analyzing Microarray Data To Identify Patterns And Cluster In Medical Database Using Data Mining Techniques
This paper analysis the biological data using data mining techniques, namely unsupervised learning. The methods clustering, Apriori and Association rules mining are used to analyze the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) using ASD Microarray dataset from Gene Expression Omnibus. The data contain 100 genes, from which extracting the genes which highly influence ASD using the unsupervised learning algorithms like Density Based Spatial Clustering Application with Noise (DBSCAN) and Apriori Association rule mining. Each algorithm discovers the genes in the form of clusters using DBSCAN and plotted , then analyzes the genes using Apriori , Association rule mining to indentify the genes that are frequent and form as itemsets, and then the association rule derived from the itemsets. Then algorithms are compared and tabulated to visualize the genes influence Autism Spectrum Disorder and conclude in discovering the genes which highly influence ASD.
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