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Original Data Format
arff
Name
ERA
Version mldata
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  1. Title: Employee RejectionAcceptance (Orinal ERA)

  2. Source Informaion: Donor: Arie Ben David MIS, Dept. of Technology Management Holon Academic Inst. of Technology 52 Golomb St. Holon 58102 Israel abendav@hait.ac.il Owner: Yoav Ganzah Business Administration School Tel Aviv Univerity Ramat Aviv 69978 Israel

  3. Past Usage:

  4. Relevant Information The ERA data set was originally gathered during an academic decision-making experiment aiming at determining which are the most important qualities of candidates for a certain type of jobs. Unlike the ESL data set (enclosed) which was collected from expert recruiters, this data set was collected during a MBA academic course. The input in the data set are features of a candidates such as past experience, verbal skills, etc., and the output is the subjective judgment of a decision-maker to which degree he or she tends to accept the applicant to the job or to reject him altogether (the lowest score means total tendency to reject an applicant and vice versa).

  5. Number of Instances: 1000

  6. Number of Attributes: 4 input, 1 output.

  7. Attribute Information: All input and output values are ORDINAL.

  8. Missing Attribute Values: None.

  9. Class Distribution:

Names
in1,in2,in3,in4,out1,
Types
  1. numeric
  2. numeric
  3. numeric
  4. numeric
  5. numeric
Data (first 10 data points)
    in1 in2 in3 in4 out1
    13 6 12 2 4
    2 7 9 2 2
    12 8 7 6 7
    7 10 8 13 6
    13 6 5 0 4
    10 13 5 0 7
    12 9 10 6 5
    1 3 10 7 3
    8 5 10 2 3
    7 3 7 0 2
    ... ... ... ... ...
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A gzip'ed tar containing ordinal, real-world datasets donated by Dr. Arie Ben David (Holon Inst. of Technology/Israel) (datasets-arie_ben_david.tar.gz, 11,348 Bytes)

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    Data Source
    http://www.hait.ac.il/staff/select_e.asp?p=Ben-David&q=Arie http://www.hait.ac.il/
    Measurement Details
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    revision 1
    by mldata on 2010-11-06 10:00

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