A new article by the University of Pavia (UNIPV) has been published in Data in Brief
The data in this article include 10,000 synthetic patients with liver disorders, characterized by 70 different variables, including clinical features, and patient outcomes, such as hospital admission or surgery. Patient data are generated, simulating as close as possible real patient data, using a publicly available Bayesian network describing a casual model for liver disorders. By varying the network parameters, we also generated an additional set of 500 patients with characteristics that deviated from the initial patient population. We provide an overview of the synthetic data generation process and the associated scripts for generating the cohorts. This dataset can be useful for the machine learning models training and validation, especially under the effect of dataset shift between training and testing sets.
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