Prediksi Tingkat Kelulusan Tepat Waktu Mahasiswa Menggunakan Algoritma Naïve Bayes pada Universitas XYZ
Data processing is imperative for the development of information technology. Almost any field of work has information about data. The data is made use of the analysis of the job. Nowadays, information data is imperatively processed to help workers in making decisions. This study discusses student prediction graduation rates by using the naïve Bayes method. That aims at providing information to college if they can use it properly to utilize the data of students who graduated by processing data mining. Based on the data mining process, steps founded that used producing information, namely predicting student graduation on time. The method of this study is Naïve Bayes with classification techniques. At this study, researchers used a six-phase data mining process of industry crossing standards in data mining known as CRISP-DM. The results of research concluded that the application of the Naive Bayes algorithm uses 4 (four) parameters namely ips, ipk, the number of credits, and graduation by getting an accuracy value of 80.95%.
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