DATA MINING TO FIND PREDICT STUDENTS GRADES

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I HOPE SOMEONE IN THIS FORUM COULD HELP ME OUT WITH THIS PROJECT ON DATA MINING TO PREDICT SCORES OF THE STUDENTS.

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Nizzer :I would suggest using C# and ASP.NET. C# syntax is like Java and it completely integrates with ASP.NET. ASP.NET is the Next Generation web site development platfrom and ASP which you are considering is essentially referred to as Classic ASP. ASP3.0 has evolved into a completely new web platfrom named ASP.NET.As in the ASP age, you created objects and code using Visual Basic (VBScript), ASP.NET leverages a fully object oriented programming language in C# and Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET). As you are a Java programmer, C# i smuch closer in Syntax to Java than VB.NET.Thanks


Thanks for the post, I had a meeting this morning and your correct C is the way lol with a combination of ASP.Net and some SQL.The basic setup I am deciding on is this:Web Portal: Created using PHP (skeleton i.e. basic interface for beginning of system, this can be added to later)Communication with databases: This is where C+ come in (i hope) communication via tcp/ip protocol based on a windows platform (UNIX was discussed but abandoned due to complexity)Returning of results: ASP.Net and C used for the displaying of results, VB was suggested and abandoned as it is server side and all of this is going to operate on the client side.The plan now is to implement a basic DBMS ie query 1 database and return results, this will later be modified to a DDMS and finally mining shall be implemented with a nice GUI interface......well that’s the plan.I will keep you informed, any feedback would be great.Thanks againNizzer

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Thanks for the feedback.I was referring to C# or CSharp not C or C++. C# is like a modern day descendant of C, C++ and Java. Why PHP?, use ASP.NET if you can.Thanks


Ah I see, checking it out now. The basic idea is to keep this as simple as poss. ASP is going to be used, PHP was going to be used to quickly generate a web portal, nothing fancy just a basic front end to the system untill it can be futher developed.Can u suggest any where to find an eg of such a system and how it may be implomented, as this is all very new to me.Thanks BTW I am verey impressed by this site, it is a valuable resource.Cheers

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What is this system that you are looking for?
I am not sure I understand what you are looking for.[;)]


lol :P here is my brief I was provided:----------------------------------------------------------------------------For a conventional DDB, an integration system is required – to fined pertinent sources, extract the parts pertinent to the enquiry, resolve any (modest, in this case) discrepancies, send the partial results to the query site and merge the partial results to give a final response. One design decision for the mining aspect is whether the machine learning is to be done locally, and an ensemble analysed at the query site, simply applied to the result of the above query access at the query site. Another design issue is the means of interrogation – eg via menu on the portal. The design of the portal itself is also important.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------The mining algorythemI have decided on isNieave Bates. As Datamining is a new concept to me I have no idea how to implomet such a system, my advisor would help me but due to a heart attack he is out of comission for some time untill after christmass at the earlyist. At the moment I am basicaly deciding on the implometation languages etc.The basic system shall then be a web based portal mining 3 databases.Any eg of any system would be great, i relise for viewing this site there are a number of ways to imploment such a system. Its basicaly whatyou would suggest for a novis BEng computer science student lolHope this helps.ThanksGav

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The explanation helps.[:)]You can find a Visual Basic 6 Naive Bayes Algorithm Implementation at http://www.kdkeys.net/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=36and some Naive Bayes Tutorials at http://www.kdkeys.net/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=25Thanks


Wow, thank you so much, this is verey helpful, as I will be doing my implomentation in C# (after some more re-search) I will keep you informed. You will also get a mention in my dissertation lol, Thanks again.Gav

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Hey, you are welcome. I appreciate the mention.
Before you are off, I started work on a C# Naive Bayes Algorithm which I have not finished. The good news is that I uploaded the C# Source Code to this forum at http://www.kdkeys.net/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2375
So you can evaluate it as well.
If you finish the C# version, I will appreciate you sharing posting the source code om this site.
Thanks


Thanks!! I will defo post it up when its finnished...if its finnished lol. Il just yous yours as a refrence and code my own, the learning expereance shall do me good (the pain and frustration wont tho lol).Thank you so much this is one of if not the best forum i have come across, well mannaged and designed, friendly and helpful.Il hopfuly tag on a nice GUI interface for project as well.No doubt I shall return with more questions lol.Cheers agan.Gav

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[quote user="Nizzer"]This is one of if not the best forum i have come across, well mannaged and designed, friendly and helpful.Gav[/quote]Thanks and I am glad I was able to help.Cheers,


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We can!! We will work with you!


Yea I am doing a similer project, ie a DDMS with datamining via a web portal. At the moment tho I am having probs deciding on languages etc to use, I am proficient in Java tho would like to try C and it seems that for the displaying of results ASP and VB is the way to go, tho am not sure.Any suggestions??CheersBTW if the spellings bad am sorry am dyslexic.cheers again

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