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Osteoporosis is still a serious public health issue in Thailand, particularly in postmenopausal women; meanwhile, new effective screening tools are required for rapid diagnosis. This study constructs and confirms an osteoporosis screening tool-based decision tree (DT) model. Four DT algorithms, namely, classification and regression tree; chi-squared automatic interaction detection (CHAID); quick, unbiased, efficient statistical tree; and C4.5, were implemented on 356 patients, of whom 266 weredoi:10.3390/informatics9040083 fatcat:nywa3kcqfvfgnhnd6vtiz4seeq