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Table 4 Ranges formed for features

From: A novel approach for heart disease prediction using strength scores with significant predictors

Age  <  = 40: lessThanForty
41–64: betweenAge
 >  = 65: greaterThanSixtyFour
Sex 1: Male
0: Female
CP 1: typicalAngina
2: atypicalAngina
3: nonAnginalPain
4: asymptomatic
Trestbps 90–120: normal
120–140: unusual
140–160: high
 > 160: very high
Cholesterol (chol) 110–200: normal
200–240: borderline_high
240–250: high
 > 250: very high
Fbs True
False
Restecg 0: normal
1: STTWaveAbnormality
2: showingProbable
Thalach 60–100: Normal
 > 100: Tachycardia
Exang Yes
No
Oldpeak Zero
greaterThanZero
Slope 1: Upsloping
2: Flat
3: Downsloping
CA Zero
One
Two
Three
Thal 3: Normal
6: Fixed
7: Reversible
Output 0: No Heart Disease
1: Heart Disease
  1. Source: Khare et al. [24]