This study explores the pattern of change in gout and gout-related Internet search volume over time for certain cities and countries located in different climate zones. It also explores the relationships between the actual climate data (temperature and humidity) of certain countries and cities and the volume of gout information searched in different climate zones. This study expects to predict the periods when gout is more prevalent in order to give medical professionals more updated and valid information and to serve as a reference for understanding the disease for medical diagnostic purposes.
Yeh, Horng-Ming and Hsieh, Pei-Hsuan, "A Trend Study of Gout Prevalence in Different Tropical Climate Zones" (2020). AMCIS 2020 TREOs. 24.
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