[R] Arules Package: Rules subset with 'empty' left hand side (lhs)
Luisfo
luisfo89 at yahoo.es
Tue Sep 13 11:10:42 CEST 2016
Dear Tom,
I think this is the line you need
arules::subset(rules, subset=lhs %pin% "")
I found the solution here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27926131/how-to-get-items-for-both-lhs-and-rhs-for-only-specific-columns-in-arules
One more thing. For printing the rules, I needed the inspect() command
you didn't provide.
I hope this helps.
Best,
*Luisfo Chiroque*
/PhD Student | PhD Candidate
IMDEA Networks Institute/
http://fourier.networks.imdea.org/people/~luis_nunez/
<http://fourier.networks.imdea.org/people/%7Eluis_nunez/>
On 09/12/2016 04:39 PM, Tom D. Harray wrote:
> Hello,
>
> subsets of association rules (with respect to support, confidence, lift, or
> items) can be obtained with the arules::subset() function; e.g.
>
> rm(list = ls(all.names = TRUE))
> library(arules)
> set.seed(42)
>
> x <- lapply(X = 1:500, FUN = function(i)
> sample(x = 1:10, size = sample(1:5, 1), replace = FALSE)
> )
> x <- as(x, 'transactions')
>
> rules <- apriori(
> data = x,
> parameter = list(target = 'rules', minlen = 1, maxlen = 2,
> support = 0.10, confidence = 0.32)
> )
> rules <- arules::sort(x = rules, decreasing = TRUE, by ='support')
>
> gives the rules
> 3 {} => {1} 0.330 0.3300000 1.0000000
> 2 {} => {3} 0.326 0.3260000 1.0000000
> 1 {} => {2} 0.320 0.3200000 1.0000000
> 20 {3} => {1} 0.120 0.3680982 1.1154490
> 21 {1} => {3} 0.120 0.3636364 1.1154490
> 16 {4} => {3} 0.114 0.3677419 1.1280427
> (...)
>
> However, I cannot figure out (help/web) how to get the subset for the rules
> with empty left hand side (lhs) like subset(rules, lhs == ''). I could run the
> apriori() function twice and adjust the min/maxlen parameters as a band
> aid fix.
>
>
> So my question is: How do I subset() association rules with empty lhs?
>
>
> Thanks and regards,
>
> Dirk
>
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