Classification Fertility Preference among Married Woman in East Java, Indonesia Using Naive Bayes Classification
Keywords:fertility preference, married woman, classification, naïve bayes
Fertility preference have an important role in achieving birth rates. According to the most recent Indonesian
Demography and Health Survey, 2017, total fertility rate in east java has reached target of 2.1 children but
the desired birth rate has increased from 2.0 to 2.1 children. This study examines classification of fertility
preference in east java, Indonesia using Naïve Bayes. Data come from Indonesia Demography and Health
Survey (IDHS) 2017, which limited on 2569 married woman in east java. The findings show married woman
that have opportunity to having child again which have secondary complete education, work but have been
out for less than 7 days, have middle wealth index, stay in rural, have age between 25 – 34 old, have more
boys than girl and not using contraception.
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