April 12th lecture questions
Please respond to these questions by Wednesday noon at the latest. We expect short answers. There is no correct answer and we are not expecting you to spend a long time on this; the goal is to check that you've read the articles and to raise discussion points that we will go over in class.
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[Leaman et al; disorder normalization] What makes identifying disorder mentions in clinical text difficult?
[Halpern et al; phenotyping] Comment on the relative usefulness of clinical text versus structured data for predicting the phenotypes "Cancer - History" and "Anticoagulated - History"; why do you think the results are as such?
[Jung & Shah; non-stationarity (last week)] Why do you think the more complex models respond more poorly to non-stationarity in the data?
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