Prediction of Education Level in Population Data Using Naïve Bayes Algorithm

Authors

  • Pungkas Subarkah Universitas Amikom Purwokerto
  • Siti Alvi Solikhatin Universitas Amikom Purwokerto
  • Irma Darmayanti Universitas Amikom Purwokerto
  • Ali Nur Ikhsan Universitas Amikom Purwokerto
  • Debby Ummul Hidayah Universitas Amikom Purwokerto
  • Rayinda Maya Anjani Universitas Amikom Purwokerto

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.38043/tiers.v3i2.3865

Keywords:

Prediction, Education, Naive Bayes, Algorithm

Abstract

Education is the key to improving human resources. The Ministry of National Education is implementing a curriculum that requires students to study it (MoNE) and as part of this program, all Indonesian citizens are required to attend three years of primary education, which includes SD, MI/Equivalent, three years for SMP/Equivalent, and three years for high school/equivalent level. This study aims to determine whether or not a government program that requires Indonesian citizens to study for 12 years is required, therefore it is necessary to test predictions of data on the level of education in Blitar Regency. This study conducted a prediction test by implementing the Naive Bayes algorithm on education-level data in Blitar Regency as of 2020 which was taken from the satudata.go.id website. In the data processing, there are values of precision, recall, f-measure, Weighted Avg, and also Confusion Matrix. The accuracy results of the Naive Bayes Algorithm on education level data in Blitar district show that the district has implemented government policies regarding the 12-year compulsory education program, this is based on the results of data processing which shows an accuracy value of 98.4848% and category good classification.

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2022-12-25

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Subarkah P, Solikhatin SA, Darmayanti I, Ikhsan AN, Hidayah DU, Anjani RM. Prediction of Education Level in Population Data Using Naïve Bayes Algorithm. TIERS [Internet]. 2022Dec.25 [cited 2023Mar.22];3(2):69-75. Available from: https://journal.undiknas.ac.id/index.php/tiers/article/view/3865

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