I’ve got an analysis task and am wondering if there are ways for Tinderbox to do more of the work than I had originally imagined. I am looking for co-occuring values in a set attribute (there may be a more specific name for this kind of task, but I’m not sure what it might be).
More context: I have some notes with a set attribute called “OpenCodes.” Each note has some values for this attribute. For example,
Note1: red; blue; green
Note5: red; blue;orange
What I want to do is find some way for Tinderbox to tell me that out of those notes, blue & green co-occur 4 times, red & blue co-occur twice, and blue & orange co-occur twice. Extra points if it is in some kind of agent or list that allows me to see which notes such co-occurences happen.
Now, I know I can try some of this manually, by creating agents that show notes that have the same two values (e.g., blue & green), but that requires that I know which values co-occur. I don’t, or at least I don’t before I start looking through them and trying to note patterns.