Breast Cancer Classification Using Outlier Detection and Variance Inflation Factor


  • Budi Juarto Bina Nusantara University



Breast Cancer Detection, Logistic Regression, Random Forest, Classification, Variance Inflation Factor


In terms of malignant tumors, breast cancer is one of the most prevalent. Breast cancer is a form of cancer that develops in the breast tissue when the surrounding, healthy breast tissue is overtaken by the uncontrollably growing cells in the breast tissue. Several features or patient conditions can be used in a machine learning approach to predict breast cancer. Machine learning will be utilized in these situations to determine if the cancer is malignant or benign. The Wisconsin Breast Cancer (Diagnostic) Data Set, which contains 32 characteristics and 569 collected data, was the dataset used in this research.. Feature selection in this study is done by eliminating outliers using the upper and lower quartile of each feature then feature selection is also carried out on features that have features that have a high variance inflation factor. The machine learning methods used in this research are Logistic Regression, Random Forest, KNN, SVC, XG Boost, Gradient Boosting, and Ridge Classifier. The selection of this method is based on the target that will be predicted by 2 labels, namely benign cancer, and malignant cancer. The result obtained is that the selection of features using the variance inflation factor increases the accuracy of the previous Logistic Regression and Random Forest methods from 98.25% to 99.12%. The method that has the highest level of accuracy is the Logistic Regression and Random Forest methods which have a value of 99.12%. The next research will be developed by trying other optimization techniques for hyperparameter tuning.


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Author Biography

Budi Juarto, Bina Nusantara University

Computer Science Department, School of Computer Science


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