COMPARISON OF NAIVE BAYES ALGORITHM AND C.45 ALGORITHM IN CLASSIFICATION OF POOR COMMUNITIES RECEIVING NON CASH FOOD ASSISTANCE IN WANASARI VILLAGE KARAWANG REGENCY

Perbandingan Algoritma Naive Bayes Dan Algoritma C.45 Pada Klasifikasi Masyarakat Miskin Penerima Bantuan Pangan Non Tunai Di Desa Wanasari Karawang

  • Yuris Alkhalifi (1*) Computer science, STMIK Nusa Mandiri, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Ainun Zumarniansyah (2) Computer science, STMIK Nusa Mandiri, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Rian Ardianto (3) Computer science, STMIK Nusa Mandiri, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Nila Hardi (4) Computer science, STMIK Nusa Mandiri, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Annisa Elfina Augustia (5) Computer science, STMIK Nusa Mandiri, Jakarta, Indonesia

  • (*) Corresponding Author
Keywords: Data Mining, BPNT, Naive Bayes, C.45

Abstract

Non-Cash Food Assistance or Bantuan Pangan Non-Tunai (BPNT) is food assistance from the government given to the Beneficiary Family (KPM) every month through an electronic account mechanism that is used only to buy food at the Electronic Shop Mutual Assistance Joint Business Group Hope Family Program (e-Warong KUBE PKH ) or food traders working with Bank Himbara. In its distribution, BPNT still has problems that occur that are experienced by the village apparatus especially the apparatus of Desa Wanasari on making decisions, which ones are worthy of receiving (poor) and not worthy of receiving (not poor). So one way that helps in making decisions can be done through the concept of data mining. In this study, a comparison of 2 algorithms will be carried out namely Naive Bayes Classifier and Decision Tree C.45. The total sample used is as much as 200 head of household data which will then be divided into 2 parts into validation techniques is 90% training data and 10% test data of the total sample used then the proposed model is made in the RapidMiner application and then evaluated using the Confusion Matrix table to find out the highest level of accuracy from 2 of these methods. The results in this classification indicate that the level of accuracy in the Naive Bayes Classifier method is 98.89% and the accuracy level in the Decision Tree C.45 method is 95.00%. Then the conclusion that in this study the algorithm with the highest level of accuracy is the Naive Bayes Classifier algorith