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# How to determine saturation point by data mining?

Posted on 2013-01-07
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How do I use data mining to determine a certain pattern - a rate at which the recorded measurements would be approaching a value, or virtually a saturation point?

For example, X (45 mpg), Y (65 mpg) and Z (55 mpg) cars have their observed miles per gallon or mpg. However, there is an overall saturation point for these, or a typical mpg say 50. What is the technique recommended?
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Saurabh Bhadauria earned 1000 total points
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I guess you can consider the Average value for saturation  each type...

select avg(val)
from
(select 45  as val
union all
select 65
union all
select 55) y

Thanks,
Saurv
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I think his makes the best practical sense - an average, a median or a mode; something that may relate all the results in the absence of a definite pattern.

For this case using data mining tool is not necessary.
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