Use various clustering methods to recluster states/clusters in an EMM. The centers of the clusters in the EMM object are used as data points by the reclustering algorithm. States/centers put by reclustering into the same cluster are merged to produce a new reclustered EMM.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 | ```
## S4 method for signature 'EMM'
recluster_hclust(x, k=NULL, h=NULL, method="average",
...,prune=NULL, copy=TRUE)
## S4 method for signature 'EMM'
recluster_kmeans(x, k, ..., prune=NULL, copy=TRUE)
## S4 method for signature 'EMM'
recluster_pam(x, k, ..., prune=NULL, copy=TRUE)
## S4 method for signature 'EMM'
recluster_reachability(x, h, ..., prune=NULL, copy=TRUE)
## S4 method for signature 'EMM'
recluster_tNN(x, threshold=NULL, ..., prune=NULL, copy=TRUE)
## S4 method for signature 'EMM'
recluster_transitions(x, threshold=NULL, ..., prune=NULL, copy=TRUE)
``` |

`x` |
an |

`k` |
number of clusters. |

`h` |
heights where the dendrogram tree should be cut. |

`threshold` |
threshold used on the dissimilarity to join clusters for tNN. If no threshold is specified then the threshold stored in the EMM is used. |

`method` |
clustering method used by |

`...` |
additional arguments passed on to the clustering algorithm. |

`prune` |
logical; prune states with less
than |

`copy` |
logical; make a copy of x before reclustering? Otherwise the function will change |

For `recluster_kmeans`

`k`

can also be a set of initial cluster
centers (see argument `centers`

for `kmeans`

in package stats).

For `recluster_hclust`

`k`

or `h`

can also be a vector.
The result is then a list with several (nested) EMMs, one for each value.

For `recluster_reachability`

reclusters all clusters which are reachable
from each other. A cluster *j* is reachable from *i* if
*j*'s center is closer to *i*'s center than `h`

or if *j* is
reachable by any cluster reachable by *i*.

For `recluster_tNN`

reclusters such that two clusters with
centers less than the threshold apart will be reclustered into a
single cluster. This is useful, for example, after combining two models.

For `recluster_transitions`

does not recluster clusters!
It find groups of clusters which are overlapping (centers are
less than 2 thresholds apart) and then redistributes the transition weights
such that all members of one group are connected to all the members of the
other group using the same weight.

An object of class `"EMM"`

or, if `copy=FALSE`

a refernece
to the changed object passed as `x`

.

Clustering information is available
as the attribute `"cluster_info"`

.
The information provided depends
in the clustering algorithm (see `hclust`

, `kmeans`

and `pam`

).

`merge_clusters`

, `prune`

,
`kmeans`

, `hclust`

,
`pam`

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 | ```
data(EMMsim)
emm <- EMM(threshold = .2)
build(emm, EMMsim_train)
## do reclustering on a copy of the emm and plot dendrogram
emm_hc <- recluster_hclust(emm, h = 0.6)
attr(emm_hc, "cluster_info")
## compare original and clustered EMM
op <- par(mfrow = c(2, 2), pty = "m")
plot(emm, method= "MDS", main ="original EMM", data = EMMsim_train)
plot(attr(emm_hc, "cluster_info")$dendrogram)
abline(h=0.6, col="red")
plot(emm_hc, method="MDS", main ="clustered EMM", data = EMMsim_train)
plot(emm_hc, method="MDS", main ="clustered EMM")
par(op)
``` |

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