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B-Course provides a public domain data sets called Glass identification so that one can try out B-Course without own data. Below you can find some details of our example data set.
The study of classification of types of glass was motivated by criminological investigation. At the scene of the crime, the glass left can be used as evidence...if it is correctly identified!
The data consists of the following ten variables and a class variable:
1. | Id number: | 1-214 | |
2. | Refractive index: | numerical | |
3. | Sodium(Na): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
4. | Magnesium(Mg): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
5. | Aluminum(Al): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
6. | Silicon(Si): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
7. | Potassium(K): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
8. | Calcium(Ca): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
9. | Barium(Ba): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
10. | Iron(Fe): | numerical, weight percent in corresponding oxide | |
7. | Class: | 1 = building windows float processed, 2 = building windows not float processed, 3 = vehicle windows float processed, 4 = vehicle windows not float processed, 5 = containers, 6 = tableware, 7 = headlamps |
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