Pokemon (Smaller)
by: Ruizhe Ma (about 2 months ago)



Project #3949

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Description

This data set includes 721 Pokemon, including their number, name, first and second type, and basic stats: HP, Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed. It has been of great use when teaching statistics to kids. With certain types you can also give a geeky introduction to machine learning.

This are the raw attributes that are used for calculating how much damage an attack will do in the games. This dataset is about the pokemon games (NOT pokemon cards or Pokemon Go).

Source: https://www.kaggle.com/datasets/abcsds/pokemon

The data as described by Myles O'Neill is:

  • #: ID for each pokemon
  • Name: Name of each pokemon
  • Type 1: Each pokemon has a type, this determines weakness/resistance to attacks
  • Type 2: Some pokemon are dual type and have 2
  • Total: sum of all stats that come after this, a general guide to how strong a pokemon is
  • HP: hit points, or health, defines how much damage a pokemon can withstand before fainting
  • Attack: the base modifier for normal attacks (eg. Scratch, Punch)
  • Defense: the base damage resistance against normal attacks
  • SP Atk: special attack, the base modifier for special attacks (e.g. fire blast, bubble beam)
  • SP Def: the base damage resistance against special attacks
  • Speed: determines which pokemon attacks first each round
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Pokemon (Smaller)

Project #3949 on iSENSEProject.org


Description

This data set includes 721 Pokemon, including their number, name, first and second type, and basic stats: HP, Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed. It has been of great use when teaching statistics to kids. With certain types you can also give a geeky introduction to machine learning.

This are the raw attributes that are used for calculating how much damage an attack will do in the games. This dataset is about the pokemon games (NOT pokemon cards or Pokemon Go).

Source: https://www.kaggle.com/datasets/abcsds/pokemon

The data as described by Myles O'Neill is:

  • #: ID for each pokemon
  • Name: Name of each pokemon
  • Type 1: Each pokemon has a type, this determines weakness/resistance to attacks
  • Type 2: Some pokemon are dual type and have 2
  • Total: sum of all stats that come after this, a general guide to how strong a pokemon is
  • HP: hit points, or health, defines how much damage a pokemon can withstand before fainting
  • Attack: the base modifier for normal attacks (eg. Scratch, Punch)
  • Defense: the base damage resistance against normal attacks
  • SP Atk: special attack, the base modifier for special attacks (e.g. fire blast, bubble beam)
  • SP Def: the base damage resistance against special attacks
  • Speed: determines which pokemon attacks first each round

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Defense
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Sp. Atk
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Sp. Def
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Speed
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Generation
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Name
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Type 1
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Type 2
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Legendary
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# Total HP Attack Defense Sp. Atk Sp. Def Speed Generation Name Type 1 Type 2 Legendary