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We consider the problem of relating itemsets mined on binary attributes of a data set to numerical attributes of the same data. An example is biogeographical data, where the numerical attributes correspond to environmental variables and the binary attributes encode the presence or absence of species in different environments. From the viewpoint of itemset mining, the task is to select a small collection of interesting itemsets using the numerical attributes; from the viewpoint of the numericaldoi:10.1109/icdm.2007.32 dblp:conf/icdm/GarrigaHS07 fatcat:vey4b2pmjfckvkdmmyrhybmnma