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Is there a r-package that will construct a frequent-pattern (FP) tree ?

 

Jeff Reichman


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Re: frequent-pattern tree

Sarah Goslee
A quick search on the incredibly useful rseek.org turns up a couple of
possibilities, including the rCBA package, and

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/38240190/frequent-pattern-growth-in-r-or-python

This is out of my area, but the searching suggests that FP tree and FP
growth are closely linked algorithms, at least.

With more knowledgeable search terms you can likely do a better job on
rseek.org yourself.

Sarah
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