Re: [R] visualizing bootstrapped dendrogram

From: Jeff Newmiller <jdnewmil_at_dcn.davis.ca.us>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 08:13:11 -0700

No, you didn't provide the reproducible R code as the posting guide instructs you to.



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mimato <thomas.potrusil_at_i-med.ac.at> wrote:

I want to classify bipolar neurons in human cochleas and have data of the following structure: Vol_Nuc Vol_Soma 1 186.23 731.96 2 204.58 4370.96 3 539.98 7344.86 4 477.71 6939.28 5 421.22 5588.53 6 276.61 1017.05 7 392.28 6392.32 8 424.43 6190.13 9 256.41 3850.51 10 249.17 3118.14 11 276.97 3037.29 12 295.30 3703.76 13 314.43 5265.97 14 301.15 5781.73 I already worked with Matlab (I´m not a programmer) and created nice colourcoded dendrograms and also made some verifications of them. I started now working with R and bootstrapped data with a library named pvclust. It worked and R computed ... My problem is the visualization of data. I always get the following problem: mistake in plot.hclust(x$hclust, main = main, sub = sub, xlab = xlab, col = col, : invalid input for Dendrogram Does anyone has an idea whats wrong... Thanks a lot!! -- View this message in context: http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/visualizing-bootstrapped-dendrogram-tp3481179p3481179.html Sent from the R help mail  ing

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