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1. Poker Hand: Purpose is to predict poker hands

2. Echocardiogram: Data for classifying if patients will survive for at least one year after a heart attack

3. Pittsburgh Bridges: Bridges database that has original and numeric-discretized datasets

4. Statlog (Heart): This dataset is a heart disease database similar to a database already present in the repository (Heart Disease databases) but in a slightly different form

5. Adult: Predict whether income exceeds $50K/yr based on census data. Also known as "Census Income" dataset.

6. Census Income: Predict whether income exceeds $50K/yr based on census data. Also known as "Adult" dataset.

7. Housing: Taken from StatLib library

8. Statlog (Australian Credit Approval): This file concerns credit card applications. This database exists elsewhere in the repository (Credit Screening Database) in a slightly different form

9. Credit Approval: This data concerns credit card applications; good mix of attributes

10. Australian Sign Language signs: This data consists of sample of Auslan (Australian Sign Language) signs. Examples of 95 signs were collected from five signers with a total of 6650 sign samples.

11. Zoo: Artificial, 7 classes of animals

12. Coil 1999 Competition Data: This data set is from the 1999 Computational Intelligence and Learning (COIL) competition. The data contains measurements of river chemical concentrations and algae densities.

13. Hepatitis: From G.Gong: CMU; Mostly Boolean or numeric-valued attribute types; Includes cost data (donated by Peter Turney)

14. Statlog (German Credit Data): This dataset classifies people described by a set of attributes as good or bad credit risks. Comes in two formats (one all numeric). Also comes with a cost matrix

15. Chess (King-Rook vs. King-Knight): Knight Pin Chess End-Game Database Creator

16. Meta-data: Meta-Data was used in order to give advice about which classification method is appropriate for a particular dataset (taken from results of Statlog project).

17. Automobile: From 1985 Ward's Automotive Yearbook

18. Horse Colic: Well documented attributes; 368 instances with 28 attributes (continuous, discrete, and nominal); 30% missing values

19. Flags: From Collins Gem Guide to Flags, 1986

20. Dermatology: Aim for this dataset is to determine the type of Eryhemato-Squamous Disease.

21. Annealing: Steel annealing data

22. Cylinder Bands: Used in decision tree induction for mitigating process delays known as "cylinder bands" in rotogravure printing

23. Census-Income (KDD): This data set contains weighted census data extracted from the 1994 and 1995 current population surveys conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau.

24. KDD Cup 1999 Data: This is the data set used for The Third International Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Tools Competition, which was held in conjunction with KDD-99

25. Sponge: Data on sponges; Attributes in spanish

26. Covertype: Forest CoverType dataset

27. IPUMS Census Database: This data set contains unweighted PUMS census data from the Los Angeles and Long Beach areas for the years 1970, 1980, and 1990.

28. Internet Usage Data: This data contains general demographic information on internet users in 1997.

29. Insurance Company Benchmark (COIL 2000): This data set used in the CoIL 2000 Challenge contains information on customers of an insurance company. The data consists of 86 variables and includes product usage data and socio-demographic data


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