Loan Prediction Problem Dataset


#10

@ropardo, The UI of datahack platform is similar to any other platform for online hackathons and it is pretty simple. I have given the link, with every answer in the above conversation. For your reference, there you go again:

Let me just put the process into steps for easier understanding .

Step 1: Login to datahack. Link for datahack platform:

After you LOGIN, it does not mean you have REGISTERED in the problem statement.

Step 2: Register for the loan prediction practice problem. Link for loan prediction practice problem :

Once you register, you will be able to read the problem statement. Scroll down to the ‘Data’ section of the page and you’ll see the train, test and submission files.

Step 3: Download the files.

Step 4: If you still don’t get it, DM me your email id and I’ll send the datasets to you. But you won’t be able to make submissions or check your rank on the leaderboard.


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#11

Hi Aishwarya,

Please forward the datasets to my email writetokarthikp@gmail.com, since I have registered but not able to download the dataset

Regards
Karthik


#12

Hi Aishwarya, i have just missed the registration date for the above hackathon by 1 day and now i am not able to register and consequently not able to download the test data. Can you please either mail the material to my mail id ‘Vikaskrsharma31@gmail.com’ or upload the material on any other url.

Thanks in advance


#13

Can you please mail me the data set at ajaxfet@gmail.com? In my view, best would be to make it available freely on the problem page. In my humble view, it should be easy to access, otherwise it defeats the whole purpose of the exercise. You can’t be mailing it to everyone who needs it. Thank you.


#14

Can’t really access data despite registering for the problem ? Nothing happens when i click on ‘data’. Can you please have a look ?


#15

okay… I’ll convey this to my tech team. For now, can you scroll down to the data section and see if you find three csv files to download? Here is a screenshot for your reference -

I’m sorry for the inconvenience.


#16

Hi Aiswarya,
I couldn’t find Login to datahack.
I would like to get Loan Prediction Problem data set.
My email id is chithrakishore@gmail.com
Thanking you.


#17

Hi @chithrakishore,

Refer to this discussion thread:

You have to login, then register. Here is the screenshot for where you will find the dataset once you register.

Mailing the dataset is certainly easier for me but if you do not register, you won’t be able to make a submission or see your score against other participants. So please try an register for the competition.


#19

Hi Kunal,

I registered , I can download the test and train.Are they supposed to be used for the analysis?


#20

Hi @poochau,

this is a practice problem for you to try different ML techniques and generate predictions.


#21

Hello Kunal,
I am following the AV’s 2019 DS path and I am facing problem in a certain topic in pandas
For the Loan Prediction dataset
data[‘Gender’].fillna(mode(data[‘Gender’]).mode[0], inplace=True) returns an error


#22

Hi Aishwarya, cannot download the Test File. Nothing happen when I clicked on the link. Can download the Train File. Please help send the file to my email junidb@gmail.com. Tx


#23

Please try again. You should be able to download the Test file now.


#24

Hi,

Try the code below:

 data['Gender'].fillna(data['Gender'].mode()[0], inplace=True) 

#25

` train=train.drop([‘Income_bin’, ‘Coapplicant_Income_bin’, ‘LoanAmount_bin’, ‘Total_Income_bin’, ‘Total_Income’], axis=1)

train[‘Dependents’].replace(‘3+’, 3,inplace=True)

test[‘Dependents’].replace(‘3+’, 3,inplace=True)

train[‘Loan_Status’].replace(‘N’, 0,inplace=True)

train[‘Loan_Status’].replace(‘Y’, 1,inplace=True) `

this code dosen’t work,

on this side, i got :slight_smile:

KeyError: “labels [‘Income_bin’ ‘Coapplicant_Income_bin’ ‘LoanAmount_bin’ ‘Total_Income_bin’\n ‘Total_Income’] not contained in axis”


#26

Hi @melinahafelt13,

you must have run the cells once, so these columns were removed from the data. If you run the same cell again, it’ll throw an error. You can either restart the kernel or load the dataset again.


#27

Is this an example of Predictive Modeling?


#28

Hey @Eddie84,

Can you throw some light on ‘this an example of’? Which part of this thread are you referring to? Also, If you think that your question can be a completely different topic of discussion, please feel free to create a new topic.


#29

Hi Aishwarya,

I was asking if this Loan Prediction Problem is an example of Predictive Modeling?


#30

@Eddie84, yes you are right. You will have a train dataset and a test data. you can build a predictive model and make predictions on the test data.