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With the advent of big data in healthcare, machine learning has rapidly gained popularity due to its potential to analyse large volumes of complex data from a variety of sources. Unsupervised learning can be used to mine data and discover patterns such as sub-groups within large patient populations. However challenges with implementation in large-scale datasets and interpretability of solutions in a real-world context remain. This work presents an application of unsupervised clustering techniques for discovering patterns of comorbidities in a large dataset of osteoarthritis patients with a view to discover interpretable and clinically-meaningful patterns.


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