Cancer is responsible for millions of deaths worldwide every year.
We applied and compared eight GNN models including AGNN, ChebNet, GAT, GCN, GIN, GraphSAGE, SGC, and TAGCN on the Mayo Clinic cancer disease dataset and assessedtheir performance as well as compared them with each other and with more conventional machinelearning models such as decision tree, gradient boosting, multi-layer perceptron, naive bayes, andrandom forest which we used as the baselines.
no code implementations • 24 Oct 2019 • Sunyang Fu, David Chen, Huan He, Sijia Liu, Sungrim Moon, Kevin J Peterson, Feichen Shen, Li-Wei Wang, Yanshan Wang, Andrew Wen, Yiqing Zhao, Sunghwan Sohn, Hongfang Liu
Background Concept extraction, a subdomain of natural language processing (NLP) with a focus on extracting concepts of interest, has been adopted to computationally extract clinical information from text for a wide range of applications ranging from clinical decision support to care quality improvement.
Both unsupervised machine learning approaches could be leveraged to discover patient subgroups using EHRs but with different foci.