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A Survey on Data Set Based Prediction Techniques of Data Mining

Priyanka Pitale, Minu Choudhary


Prediction is an ultimate application of data mining. The term Predictive Data Mining is usually applied to data mining tasks that are used to predict some response of interest like disease prediction, weather prediction, sales prediction etc. Predicting the future trends and helps companies to take sound decisions, based on knowledge and information. It allows users to analyze data from many different dimensions or angles, categorize it, and summarize the relationships identified. An algorithm or program that tries to predict the best probability of an outcome is said to be a predictive model. A predictive model uses different data mining techniques based on different tasks and past data available.

 In this survey paper we will survey some data mining techniques that can be used by prediction models for prediction in various situation.



Prediction, Data Mining, Predictive Models, Disease Prediction, Weather Prediction, Sales Prediction.

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