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Predicting COVID-19 using cough sounds classification

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POSTED BY: Siria Sadeddin
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POSTED BY: Moderation Team
Posted 1 year ago

Thank you! I operationalized this into a web form in case anyone wants to see it in action. https://wolfr.am/SGd0jvLu Uses mp3 files as input. For entertainment only.

POSTED BY: Renay Oshop

Can you post a WebAPI link? (So the classifier can be used in scripts, WL or other programming languages.)

POSTED BY: Anton Antonov
Posted 1 year ago
 api=CloudObject[https://www.wolframcloud.com/obj/renay.oshop/CovidCoughClassifierAPI];
URLExecute[api, {"mp3" -> File["filepathtomp3"]}]
POSTED BY: Renay Oshop

I have made a little change on the model, this I think will generalize better the Coughs for this task. ;)

POSTED BY: Siria Sadeddin

OMG thank you Renay! Of Couse this is still dummy because of the limited amount of data but if we could collect thousands of records can become a thing :D

POSTED BY: Siria Sadeddin
Posted 1 year ago

I think that would be great. Curation of data might be an issue, though.

POSTED BY: Renay Oshop
Posted 1 year ago

The API and the webform have both been upgraded to reflect Siria's improved model. A 90%|10% train|test split was used.

results

POSTED BY: Renay Oshop

oh wow, where is this data from?

POSTED BY: Siria Sadeddin

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