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Topic: Cluster Analysis
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Ray Willemann

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Re: Cluster Analysis
Posted: Jun 13, 1996 3:56 PM
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In article <DsuBqz.J52@bcstec.ca.boeing.com>, EDC4270@wbv1.bems.boeing.com (Elizabeth Clarkson - Boeing - Wichita Division) writes:
|> Can anyone recommend a good text on Cluster Analysis suitable for self
|> study. I am an experienced statistician and I would like to study
|> Cluster Analysis, but have no opportunities aside from getting a book.

For a physical scientist with limited training in statistics,
B. Everitt's "Cluster Analysis" (Halsted Press, 2nd ed. 1980,
3rd ed. circa 1994) was a terrific overview, and adequete to
help me choose clustering routines from various libraries. To
write your own code, however, you would may need something more
complete on particular algorithms.

Ray





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