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JMIR Mental Health
New technologies are changing access to medical records and the relationship between physicians and patients. Professionals can now use e-mental health tools to provide prompt and personalized responses to patients with mental illness. However, there is a lack of knowledge about the digital phenotypes of patients who use e-mental health apps. This study aimed to reveal the profiles of users of a mental health app through machine learning techniques. We applied a nonparametric model, the Sparsedoi:10.2196/17116 pmid:33470943 fatcat:rhdhhuxxaffqzlemkmpkxaefum