Writing Rules to CSV with GroovyScript?

earmijoearmijo Member Posts: 270 Unicorn
edited June 2019 in Help
I confess I'm a newbie when it comes to program stuff myself in Java.
What I want to know in this question is : Do  I want to invest the time
to learn a bit more.

My question is: With this new operator GroovyScript, is it possible, after generating association rules,  to
transform them into an ExampleSet which then I can save to CSV. I want to compute additional measures
of interestingness (like ChiSquare).

I know you can do this easily in the Enterprise Version.

(Completely unrelated question: is there an academic price for that version?
I use RM to teach. I can buy the program once.  The annual subscription is
a bit expensive for me as an individual. )


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    haddockhaddock Member Posts: 849 Maven

    It may actually be possible to do what you want with plain vanilla RM. I think you'll find the following covers some of your points http://rapid-i.com/rapidforum/index.php/topic,778.msg3429.html#msg3429
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    earmijoearmijo Member Posts: 270 Unicorn
    Wow. That was very nice Haddock. It took me a while to figure out everything but it is a very nice program and I learned a lot about operators that I had never used before.  I still have a problem though. The results that RM writes only include Confidence. I also need Lift and Support to be able to compute the ChiSquare stat (which is the reason why I'm doing all of this). Thank you anyways for your help.
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