[R] Fw: hierarhical cluster analysis of groups of vectors

From: Ron Michael <ron_michael70_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 29 May 2007 07:28:05 -0700 (PDT)


Hi Rafael,

What about multivariate logistic regression?

It seems that you have already groups defined. Discriminant analysis would probably be more appropriate for what you want. Best regards,
Rafael Duarte

Anders Malmendal wrote:

>I want to do hierarchical cluster analysis to compare 10 groups of
>vectors with five vectors in each group (i.e. I want to make a dendogram
>showing the clustering of the different groups). I've looked into using
>dist and hclust, but cannot see how to compare the different groups
>instead of the individual vectors. I am thankful for any help.
>Anders
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