Seven years of water consumption data, along with population data, were manually collected in collaboration with the local municipality office. This data was then combined with climatic data to model the proposed machine learning algorithm. The weather data was recorded for a period of 7 years using precise meteorological instruments installed in Islamabad at coordinates 33.64° N and 72.98° E, with an elevation of 500 meters above sea level.



The dataset analyzed in this study is the result of a systematic literature review and a crowdsourced mini-project that aimed to identify and validate metrics relevant to maternal and neonatal healthcare examinations. The study involved a diverse group of participants, including 193 registered medical personnel from reputable institutions and 161 non-medical individuals who were active on various social media platforms related to maternal and neonatal healthcare.


One of the most consequential creations in the human evolution phase is handwriting. Due to writing, today we are conveying our reflections, making business pacts, rendering an understandable world and making hitherto tasks austerer. Determining gender using offline handwriting is an applied research problem in forensics, psychology, and security applications, and with technological evolution, the need is growing. The general problem of gender detection from handwriting poses many difficulties resulting from interpersonal and intrapersonal differences.


Gestational diabetes is a type of high blood sugar that develops during pregnancy. It can occur at any stage of pregnancy and cause problems for both the mother and the baby, during and after birth. The risks can be reduced if they are early detected and managed, especially in areas where only periodic tests of pregnant women are available. Intelligent systems designed by machine learning algorithms are remodelling all fields of our lives, including the healthcare system. This study proposes a combined prediction model to diagnose gestational diabetes.


Several fields of study can benefit from a large, structured, and accurate dataset of historical figures. Due to a lack of such a dataset, in this paper, we aim to use machine learning and text mining models to collect, predict, and cleanse online data with a focus on age and gender. We developed a five-step method and inferred birth and death years, binary gender, and occupation from community-submitted data to all language versions of the Wikipedia project.


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This article was results based on the interview phase in the English language 

course of even semester [the academic year 2021-2022] Institut Agama Kristen 

Negeri Ambon. The majority concern is how the students of English courses respond 

during even semester conducted. Moreover, only a few students are encouraged to 

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lower achievement following unconscious narration to be absent during English 


Please cite the following paper when using this dataset:

N. Thakur and C.Y. Han, “An Exploratory Study of Tweets about the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant: Insights from Sentiment Analysis, Language Interpretation, Source Tracking, Type Classification, and Embedded URL Detection,” Journal of COVID, 2022, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp. 1026-1049



Please cite the following paper when using this dataset:

N. Thakur, “MonkeyPox2022Tweets: A large-scale Twitter dataset on the 2022 Monkeypox outbreak, findings from analysis of Tweets, and open research questions,” Infect. Dis. Rep., vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 855–883, 2022, DOI:



PopMedNet™ is an open-source application used to facilitate multi-site health data networks. It uses a distributed network design that enables data holders to retain full control of their data. Investigators send questions to data holders for review and response. PopMedNet eliminates the need for assembling patient records in a centralized repository, thus preserving patient privacy and confidentiality.

This Dataset contains sample data using the PCORnet Common Data Model for running the regression tests supplied with PopMedNet™.


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Ji-Ping Lin