The following data sets are available as Prolog files and can be directly used in kLog
- Originally developed by M. Craven et al. (1998). The
version available here is a direct conversion to Prolog of the
data available at the Alchemy website.
- Internet Movie Database
- Data extracted from this database has been used in a
number of relational learning papers. The version available
here was downloaded from the IMDb website,
converted into SQL
using the prodecure described in
and finally a subset of the tuples was converted into a Prolog
- The data set originally developed at University of
Washington for demonstrating the capabilities of Markov logic
networks. The version available here is a direct conversion to
Prolog of the data available at theAlchemy website.
- This data set contains 4,337 molecules labeled according to mutagenicity (2,401
mutagens and 1,936 nonmutagens). Originally developed by Kazius
et al (2005) it has been used in a number of machine learning
papers, especially those studying graph kernels.
- This is an older data set of chemical structures containing 328 compounds labeled by
their half-life for aerobic aqueous biodegradation (a regression task).