A team of researchers collects and publishes detailed information about factors that affect heart disease. Variables include age, sex, cholesterol levels, maximum heart rate, and more.
You can use this data to demonstrate CART® Classification.
|Age||The age of the patient|
|Sex||The sex of the patient: Male or Female|
|Chest Pain Type||The chest pain type: 1, 2, 3, or 4|
|Rest Blood Pressure||The resting blood pressure of the patient, in mm Hg|
|Cholesterol||The serum cholesterol level of the patient, in mg/dl|
|Fasting Blood Sugar||Whether the patient fasting blood sugar > 120 mg/dl: True or False|
|Rest ECG||The resting electrocardiographic results: 0, 1, or 2|
|Max Heart Rate||The maximum heart rate achieved|
|Exercise Angina||Whether the patient has exercise-induced angina: Yes or No|
|Old Peak||The ST depression induced by exercise relative to rest|
|Slope||The slope of the peak exercise ST segment: 1, 2, or 3|
|Major Vessels||The number of major vessels colored by flourosopy: 0, 1, 2, or 3|
|Thal||The type of defect: Normal, Fixed, or Reversible|
|Heart Disease||The binary response that indicates whether the patient has heart disease: Yes or No|
These data were adapted based on a public data set that contains detailed information about heart disease. Original data from archive.ics.uci.edu.