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2. #4 (sex) 3. #9 (cp) 6. #16 (fbs) 7. #19 (restecg) 9. #38 (exang) 11. #41 (slope) 12. #44 (ca) 13. #51 (thal) 14. #58 (num)replace its values with more readable nominal names following the description provided in the dataset webpage. For example, for attribute "2. #4 sex", use male instead of value 1, and female instead of value 0. This will make your job reading and analyzing the models much easier.
1. #3 (age) 4. #10 (trestbps) 5. #12 (chol) 8. #32 (thalach) 10. #40 (oldpeak)
Run experiments with and without discretizing the predicting attributes; removing attributes that are too related to the target or that make the trees too long; and with any other pre-processing and post-processing that produce useful and meaningful models.