Sequence mining is useful for analyzing list of events when order matters. It's used for example for DNA and natural language analysis.
Here, you'll implement an algorithm to extract common patterns among a set of sequences.
You must provide a function seq_mining
that takes as argument:
A list of strings (representing the sequences), such as:
['CFEDS', 'SKDJFGKSJDFG', 'OITOER']
The minimum proportion of the number of sequences that must have this pattern for being taken into account (float between 0 and 1):
0.34
, at least a third of the sequences must have a given pattern for the function to return it.The maximum pattern length that must be considered (int)
If a given pattern occurs several time in a sequence, it must be counted only once.
The function seq_mining
must return a
Counter
containing:
In ["ABC", "BCD"]
there are three patterns common to both sequences:
B
C
BC
(A
and AB
occurs only in the first string, and D
and CD
only
in the last one).
So seq_mining(["ABC", "BCD"], 0.66, 2)
(searching patterns of length
2 maximum, must appear on at lest 66% of sequences) should return:
Counter({'B': 2, 'C': 2, 'BC': 2})
(because as we have only two sequences, 66% already means the two of them)
while seq_mining(["ABC", "BCD"], 0.33, 2)
(searching patterns of length
2 maximum, must appear on at lest 33% of sequences) should return:
Counter({'C': 2, 'B': 2, 'BC': 2, 'A': 1, 'D': 1, 'AB': 1, 'CD': 1})
This tells us that BC
is found in two sequences while AB
is found
in a single one.
(because as we have only two sequences, 33% allows a pattern to be found in a single sequence).
In [1]: from solution import seq_mining
In [2]: data = ['ABCD', 'ABABC', 'BCAABCD']
In [3]: seq_mining(data, 0.34, 3)
Out[3]:
Counter({'A': 3,
'AB': 3,
'ABC': 3,
'B': 3,
'BC': 3,
'BCD': 2,
'C': 3,
'CD': 2,
'D': 2})
In [4]: seq_mining(data, 0.34, 4)
Out[4]:
Counter({'A': 3,
'AB': 3,
'ABC': 3,
'ABCD': 2,
'B': 3,
'BC': 3,
'BCD': 2,
'C': 3,
'CD': 2,
'D': 2})
In [5]: seq_mining(data, 0.50, 2)
Out[5]: Counter({'A': 3, 'AB': 3, 'B': 3, 'BC': 3, 'C': 3, 'CD': 2, 'D': 2})
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