Cluster Analysis: A Toolbox for MATLAB

@inproceedings{Steinley2009ClusterAA,
  title={Cluster Analysis: A Toolbox for MATLAB},
  author={Douglas Steinley},
  year={2009}
}
A broad definition of clustering can be given as the search for homogeneous groupings of objects based on some type of available data. There are two common such tasks now discussed in (almost) all multivariate analysis texts and implemented in the commercially available behavioral and social science statistical software suites: hierarchical clustering and the K-means partitioning of some set of objects. This chapter begins with a brief review of these topics using two illustrative data sets… CONTINUE READING

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