Feri Irawan
Universitas Putra Indonesia YPTK Padang

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Prediksi Tingkat Produksi Buah Kelapa Sawit dengan Metode Single Moving Average Feri Irawan; S Sumijan; Y Yuhandri
Jurnal Informasi dan Teknologi 2021, Vol. 3, No. 4
Publisher : Rektorat Universitas Putra Indonesia YPTK Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37034/jidt.v3i4.162

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Palm oil is one of the largest agricultural products in Indonesia and has a high economic value and can improve the welfare of oil palm farmers. The amount of oil palm fruit production is not always stable or increasing, but increases up and down which is influenced by many factors. This study aims to estimate the average amount of oil palm fruit production every year and prepare anticipatory steps in the event of a decrease in oil palm fruit production. The image processed in this study was the production of palm fruit in a few years which was generated from the results of oil palm plantations. Furthermore, data is processed using the Single Moving Avarage method. This method is a method of forecasting or predictions using a number of actual data to generate predictive values ​​in the future. The results of testing on the single moving average method can be seen forecasts of oil palm fruit production in 2021 using Moving Averge 3 of 200.749 tons with Mean Absolute Deviation 19.604, Mean Squared Error 456.963.281 and Mean Absolute Percent Error 10,0%. Moving Averge 4 was 206.771 tons with the Mean Absolute Deviation 27.333, Mean Squared Error 752.202.579 and Mean Absolute Percent Error 14,2%. Moving Averge 5 was 210.908 tons with Mean Absolute Deviation 26.890, Mean Squared Error 723.072.100 and Mean Absolute Percent Error 14.1%. The test results using the Single Moving Average method can be concluded that forecasting using Moving Average 3 can be used because the relative error level is smaller than Moving Average 4 and 5, with the value of the Mean Absolute Percent error of 10.0% and Mean Absolute Deviation 19.604.