Peter Perkins <Peter.PerkinsRemoveThis@mathworks.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > Eitan wrote: > > from dendrogram help: > > "A dendrogram consists of many U-shaped lines connecting > > objects in a > > hierarchical tree. The height of each U represents the > > distance between the > > two objects being connected. If there were 30 or fewer data > > points in the > > original dataset, each leaf in the dendrogram corresponds > > to one data point. > > If there were more than 30 data points, the complete tree > > can look crowded, > > and dendrogram collapses lower branches as necessary, > > so that some leaves in the plot correspond to more than one > > data point." > > so i guess thers not much you can do. maybe write your own > > code. > > Another alternative would be to read the next paragraph of the help: > > "DENDROGRAM(Z,P) generates a dendrogram with no more than P leaf nodes, by > collapsing lower branches of the tree. To display the complete tree, set P = 0."
>> Dear the one solution to use more than 30 data points in the deprogram is to use the following code
i tested it. it is working now but it display only one color dendrogram....
if you display colored dendrogram of more than 30 data points then please share that one also.