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Table 2 Sample from findings of strong adherent itemsets

From: Identifying key variables in African American adherence to colorectal cancer screening: the application of data mining

Itemset 1 Itemset 2 adherent Itemset 3 adherent
3001: # of telephones in household [1]   
130001: Is there a place that you USUALLY go to when you are sick or need advice about your health? [Yes]   
133001: Is that the same place you USUALLY go when you need routine or preventative care, such as a physical examination or check up? [Yes]   
137001: When I don’t know something, I don’t at all mind admitting it. [Yes]   
139001: I would never think of letting someone else be punished for my wrong-doings [Yes]   
  68002: Was either of your parents or any of your brothers or sisters ever diagnosed with colorectal cancer? [No]  
  132001: What kind of place do you go most often, a clinic, doctor’s office, emergency room, or some other place? [Clinic or Health center]  
  139001: I would never think of letting someone else be punished for my wrong-doings [Yes]  
   67004: Being too embarrassed to talk to your doctor about colon cancer. [Not important]
   132001: What kind of place do you go most often, a clinic, doctor’s office, emergency room, or some other place? [Clinic or Health center]
   139001: I would never think of letting someone else be punished for my wrong-doings [Yes]
  1. Itemsets which had at least 80% support from the Adherence Group and did not appear in the Non-adherent Group with support above 60%.