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Software for Associations Discovery

Associations Software: commercial

  • Azmy SuperQuery, includes association rule finder.
  • IBM SPSS Modeler Suite, includes market basket analysis.
  • LPA Data Mining Toolkit supports the discovery of association rules within relational database.
  • Magnum Opus, flexible tool for finding associations in data, including statistical support for avoiding spurious discoveries.
  • Megaputer Polyanalyst Suite, includes market basket analysis engine
  • SmartBundle, a market basket analysis tool for develop profitable retail product bundles and promotions. (30-day free trial)
  • Wizsoft WizRule: finds association rules and potential data errors; WizWhy uses association rules for data mining.
  • Xpertrule Miner 4.0
  • XAffinity(TM), for identifying affinities or patterns in transaction and click stream data

Associations Software: free

  • arules, a free R extension package which provides the infrastructure for representing, manipulating and analyzing transaction data association rules.
  • Apriori, a program to find association rules with the apriori algorithm (Agrawal et al.). Fast implementation that uses prefix trees.
  • Apriori, FP-growth, Eclat and DIC implementations by Bart Goethals.
  • ARtool, collection of algorithms and tools for the mining of association rules in binary databases. Distributed under the GNU General Public License.
  • DM-II system, includes CBA for classification based on associations, and many more features.
  • FIMI, Frequent Itemset Mining Implementations repository, including software and datasets.
  • Magnum Opus Demo, highly-functional demo software for finding associations in data, including statistical support for avoiding spurious discoveries.
  • opusminer, an R package providing an interface to the OPUS Miner algorithm (implemented in C++) for finding the key associations in transaction data efficiently, in the form of self-sufficient itemsets, using either leverage or lift.


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