hybridHclust: Hybrid Hierarchical Clustering

Hybrid hierarchical clustering via mutual clusters. A mutual cluster is a set of points closer to each other than to all other points. Mutual clusters are used to enrich top-down hierarchical clustering.

AuthorHugh Chipman, Rob Tibshirani, with tsvq code originally from Trevor Hastie
Date of publication2015-07-22 12:37:37
MaintainerHugh Chipman <hugh.chipman@acadiau.ca>
LicenseGPL-2
Version1.0-5

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hybridHclust
hybridHclust/NAMESPACE
hybridHclust/demo
hybridHclust/demo/00Index
hybridHclust/demo/hybridHclust.R
hybridHclust/data
hybridHclust/data/sorlie.RData
hybridHclust/data/sorlielabels.RData
hybridHclust/R
hybridHclust/R/tsvq.R hybridHclust/R/eisencluster.R hybridHclust/R/hybridhclust.R hybridHclust/R/mutualcluster.R
hybridHclust/MD5
hybridHclust/DESCRIPTION
hybridHclust/man
hybridHclust/man/mutualCluster.Rd hybridHclust/man/tsvq.Rd hybridHclust/man/print.mutualCluster.Rd hybridHclust/man/eisenCluster.Rd hybridHclust/man/get.distances.Rd hybridHclust/man/hybridHclust.Rd hybridHclust/man/sorlielabels.Rd hybridHclust/man/sorlie.Rd

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