Adventure Works 2014 (OLTP version) is a sample database for Microsoft SQL Server, which has replaced Northwind and Pub sample databases that were shipped earlier. The database is about a fictious, multinational bicycle manufacturer called Adventure Works Cycles.
The schema is for Classic Models, a retailer of scale models of classic cars. The database contains typical business data such as customers, orders, order line items, products and so on.
A bit more complex artificial database with loops.
Artificial data from a Czech bank.
The set of positive examples consists of all sentences of up to seven words that can be generated by the DCG in Bratko's book (565 positive examples).The set of negative examples was generated by randomly selecting one word in each positive example and replacing it by …
The employees test database: small, fake database of employees.
PAKDD'15 Data Mining Competition: The task is to reconstruct the information about user’s gender from product viewing logs. The data were obtained from simulations of product viewing activities of users with known gender. The data closely follow the real-life distribut…
The task is to identify, whether the position of two kings and a rook on a chessboard is legal or illegal.
The dataset describes a family composed of 86 people across 5 generations. The family dataset includes 744 positive instances and 1488 randomly generated negative instances.
The Northwind database contains the sales data for a fictitious company called Northwind Traders, which imports and exports specialty foods from around the world.
The pubs sample database is modeled after a book publishing company.
The venerable sakila test database: small, fake database of movies.
A simple artificial database in star schema.
You are a member of the Sales Management team in a large retail bank. The current date is July 02, 2007. Your Sales Director has just asked you to generate additional revenues of $1,500,000 before September 01, 2007. You must find ways to sell more "Credit++" – the ne…
TPC-C is the benchmark published by the Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) for Online Transaction Processing (OLTP).
TPC-D represents a broad range of decision support (DS) applications that require complex, long running queries against large complex data structures.
TPC-DS is the new decision support benchmark that models several generally applicable aspects of a decision support system, including queries and data maintenance. Although the underlying business model of TPC-DS is a retail product supplier, the database schema, data …
TPC-H is the benchmark published by the Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) for decision support.
East-West challenge (1980) database describes east-bound and west-bound trains.
An artificial database from Simon Fraser University describing students, professors and courses.