This lecture provides the introductory concepts of Frequent pattern mining in transnational databases.

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The FP-Growth Algorithm, proposed by Han, is an efficient and scalable method for mining the complete set of frequent patterns by pattern fragment growth, using an extended prefix-tree structure for storing compressed and crucial information about frequent patterns named frequent-pattern tree (FP-tree).

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https://www.experfy.com/training/courses/clustering-and-association-rule-mining Clustering and Association Rule Mining are two of the most frequently used Data Mining technique for various functional needs, especially in Marketing, Merchandising, and Campaign efforts.
Clustering helps find natural and inherent structures amongst the objects, where as Association Rule is a very powerful way to identify interesting relations between objects in large commercial databases
Affinity analysis and association rule learning encompasses a broad set of analytics techniques. Of these, “market basket analysis” is perhaps the most famous example and has emerged as the next step in the evolution of retail merchandising and promotion.
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This video demonstrate apriori algorithm for association rule mining in weka data mining tool
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Association rule learning is a rule-based machine learning method for discovering interesting relations between variables in large databases. It is intended to identify strong rules discovered in databases using some measures of interestingness.
Based on the concept of strong rules, Rakesh Agrawal, Tomasz and Arun Swami introduced association rules for discovering regularities between products in large-scale transaction data recorded by Point of Sale (POS) systems in supermarkets.
Pada vidio ini dijelaskan konsep dasar mengenai algoritma data mining yaitu association rules, parameter ukur association rules (support, confidance, lift ratio) dan penerapannya. Penerapan association rules tidak hanya dilakukan di bidang ekonomi melainkan industri, bioinformatics dan lain-lain.
Penjelasan pada vidio ini di ambil dari berbagai jurnal yang menerappkan metode association rules serta mudah di pahami.
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This video explains how to solve association rule mining .
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In this Video Professor Drake explains the Lift calculation when doing market basket analysis. Lift tells you how much better than chance item x will appear in the cart if you already know that item Y is in the cart.

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In data mining, association rule learning is a popular and well researched method for discovering interesting relations between variables in large databases. It is intended to identify strong rules discovered in databases using different measures of interestingness.
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Provides an example of steps involved in carrying out association rule analysis in R. Association rule analysis is also called market basket analysis or affinity analysis. Some examples of companies using this method include Amazon, Netflix, Ford, etc. Definitions for support, confidence and lift are also included. Also includes,
- use of rules package and a priori function
- reducing number of rules to manageable size by specifying parameter values
- finding interesting and useful rules
- finding and removing redundant rules
- sorting rules by lift
- visualizing rules using scatter plot, bubble plot and graphs
R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics, and is widely used by both academia and industry. R software works on both Windows and Mac-OS. It was ranked no. 1 in a KDnuggets poll on top languages for analytics, data mining, and data science. RStudio is a user friendly environment for R that has become popular.

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this video explains association rule mining and apriori algorithm.
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Association rule learning is a method for discovering interesting relations between variables in large databases. It is intended to identify strong rules discovered in databases using some measures of interestingness.

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Hey guys and welcome to another fun and easy machine tutorial on Eclat. Today we are going to be analyzing what video games get sold more frequently using an associated rule algorithm called Eclat.
The Eclat algorithm which is an acronym for Equivalence CLAss Transformation is used to perform itemset mining. Itemset mining let us find frequent patterns in data like if a consumer buys Halo, he also buys Gears of War. This type of pattern is called association rules and is used in many application domains such as recommender systems. In the previous lecture we discussed the Apriori Algorithm. Eclat is one of the algorithms which is meant to improve the Efficiency of Apriori.
Eclat is a depth-first search algorithm using set intersection. It is a naturally elegant algorithm suitable for both sequential as well as parallel execution with locality-enhancing properties. It was first introduced by Zaki, Parthasarathy, Li and Ogihara in a series of papers written in 1997.
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Once the Frequent itemsets are mined, Association rules has to be generated.

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Evaluation of Candidates using Support, Confidence, lift or Interest or Correlation, Conviction, Leverage or Piatetsky‐Shapiro| Market Basket Analysis Tutorial 3

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In data mining and association rule learning, lift is a measure of the performance of a targeting model (association rule) at predicting or classifying cases as having an enhanced response (with respect to the population as a whole), measured against a random choice targeting model. A targeting model is doing a good job if the response within the target is much better than the average for the population as a whole. Lift is simply the ratio of these values: target response divided by average response.
For example, suppose a population has an average response rate of 5%, but a certain model (or rule) has identified a segment with a response rate of 20%. Then that segment would have a lift of 4.0 (20%/5%).
Typically, the modeller seeks to divide the population into quantiles, and rank the quantiles by lift. Organizations can then consider each quantile, and by weighing the predicted response rate (and associated financial benefit) against the cost, they can decide whether to market to that quantile or not.
Lift is analogous to information retrieval's average precision metric, if one treats the precision (fraction of the positives that are true positives) as the target response probability.
The lift curve can also be considered a variation on the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve, and is also known in econometrics as the Lorenz or power curve.
The difference between the lifts observed on two different subgroups is called the uplift. The subtraction of two lift curves forms the uplift curve, which is a metric used in uplift modelling.
It is important to note that in general marketing practice the term Lift is also defined as the difference in response rate between the treatment and control groups, indicating the causal impact of a marketing program (versus not having it as in the control group). As a result, "no lift" often means there is no statistically significant effect of the program. On top of this, uplift modelling is a predictive modeling technique to improve (up) lift over control.

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In data mining and association rule learning, lift is a measure of the performance of a targeting model (association rule) at predicting or classifying cases as having an enhanced response (with respect to the population as a whole), measured against a random choice targeting model. A targeting model is doing a good job if the response within the target is much better than the average for the population as a whole. Lift is simply the ratio of these values: target response divided by average response.
For example, suppose a population has an average response rate of 5%, but a certain model (or rule) has identified a segment with a response rate of 20%. Then that segment would have a lift of 4.0 (20%/5%).
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In this video tutorial you will get to learn about "Association Rule Mining" , "Support", Confidence.

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its will help to computing background student.
this topic will available in Data Mining as well as Machine Learning.Book
one of the regular question asking in every Institution examination.
HOW IT WORK
Find all frequent itemsets:
*Get frequent items:
*Items whose occurrence in database is greater than or equal to the min.support threshold.
*Get frequent itemsets:
*Generate candidates from frequent items.
*Prune the results to find the frequent itemsets.
Generate strong association rules from frequent itemsets
*Rules which satisfy the min.support and min.confidence threshold.

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Support - the rule is denoted as sup(X- Y) and is the number of transactions where XUY appears divided by the total number of transactions.
Confidence - the confidence is the number of transactions where XUY appears divided by the number of transactions where only X appears.
Lift - A lift value greater than 1 indicates that X and Y appear more often together than expected; this means that the occurrence of X has a positive effect on the occurrence of Y or that X is positively correlated with Y.
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What is Data Mining?
Data Mining is defined as extracting the information from the huge set of data.
In other words we can say that data mining is mining the knowledge from data.
Applications of Data Mining
Market Analysis and Management
Corporate Analysis & Risk Management
Fraud Detection
Production Control
Science Exploration
Other Applications
Market Basket Analysis
Market Basket Analysis is one of the key techniques used by large retailers to uncover associations between items. It works by looking for combinations of items that occur together frequently in transactions. To put it another way, it allows retailers to identify relationships between the items that people buy.
Association Rules are widely used to analyse retail basket or transaction data, and are intended to identify strong rules discovered in transaction data using measures of interestingness, based on the concept of strong rules. An example of Association Rules.
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What is Data Mining?
Data Mining is defined as extracting the information from the huge set of data.
In other words we can say that data mining is mining the knowledge from data.
Applications of Data Mining
Market Analysis and Management
Corporate Analysis & Risk Management
Fraud Detection
Production Control
Science Exploration
Other Applications
Market Basket Analysis
Market Basket Analysis is one of the key techniques used by large retailers to uncover associations between items. It works by looking for combinations of items that occur together frequently in transactions. To put it another way, it allows retailers to identify relationships between the items that people buy.
Association Rules are widely used to analyse retail basket or transaction data, and are intended to identify strong rules discovered in transaction data using measures of interestingness, based on the concept of strong rules.

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In data mining, association rule learning is a popular and well researched method for discovering interesting relations between variables in large databases. It is intended to identify strong rules discovered in databases using different measures of interestingness. The rule found in the sales data of a supermarket would indicate that if a customer buys onions and potatoes together, he or she is likely to also buy hamburger meat. Such information can be used as the basis for decisions about marketing activities such as, e.g., promotional pricing or product placements.
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