The Diagnosis of Chronic Liver Disease using Machine Learning Techniques

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Golmei Shaheamlung, Harshpreet Kaur


In the 21st-century, the issue of liver disease has been increasing all over the world. As per the latest survey report, liver disease death toll has been rise approximately 2 million per year worldwide. The overall percentage of death by liver disease is 3.5% worldwide. Chronic Liver disease is also considered to be one of the deadly diseases, so early detection and treatment can recover the disease easily. Due to rapid advancement in Artificial intelligence (AI), like various machine learning algorithms SVM, K-mean clustering, KNN, Random forest, Logistic regression, etc., This will improve the life span of a patient suffering from Chronic Liver Disease (CLD) in early stages. The data can be obtained in a large volume due to the broad exploitation of bar codes for supreme marketable products, the mechanization of various business and government dealings, and the development in the data collection tools. This research work is based on liver disease prediction using machine learning algorithms. Liver disease prediction has various levels of steps involved, pre-processing, feature extraction, and classification. In this s research work, a hybrid classification method is proposed for liver disease prediction. And Datasets are collected from the Kaggle database of Indian liver patient records. The proposed model achieved an accuracy of 77.58%. The proposed technique is implemented in Python with the Spyder tool and results are analyzed in terms of accuracy, precision, and recall.


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