Relationship Physical Fitness Assessment Results of Students at Rajaprachanugroh School 1

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Chitnapha maschai
Nutchanart Srisano
Visutr Maschai
Wipawan Buathong



Enhancing health and physical fitness is one of the important functions that schools need to test with their students. It will make them aware of the integrity and changes of the physical condition. In which the assessment of physical fitness of students at the school-age level had to assess a total of 5 items: 1) Body Mass Index (BMI) 2) Standing up and knee lift in 3 minutes 3) Stand up - Sit in 60 seconds 4) push the floor in 30 seconds 5) Sit and Reach. Which this research has the objectives to analyze the relationship of physical fitness evaluation of the said assessment list.        To conduct this research, a sample of 812 students at Rajaprachanukroh 1 School was selected using data mining principles in the Association Rule model, using Apriori and FP-Growth algorithms, and Classification by selecting data comparisons using two algorithms: Decision Tree (Decision Tree), Model J48 and Random Forest, where data obtained from physical fitness testing of students. Build models and find relationships with Weka 3.8.5.

          The analysis of physical fitness relationships of Rachaprachanugroh 1 School's students, the relationship model of the student physical fitness test items using the decision tree, and the 70% percentage split model assessment was most effective. 100% accuracy, 100% recall, 100% F-measure, and the Apriori and FP Growth Association Rule models were configured. Minimum Support is 0.1 and Minimum confidence is 0.9, which will have 5 and 4 relationship rules, respectively, in which both types of rules are related. It was also found that some of the rules were derived from the relational rule and data classification. Get the same results.


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