Re: [R] help

From: Daniel Malter <daniel_at_umd.edu>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 00:03:57 -0400


Assuming that you have installed and loaded the mclust library, type ?Mclust in the R-prompt. An example is provided there with the popular iris dataset. It seems to be as simple as Mclust(yourdata), where "yourdata" contains the dataset (data columns of your dataset) on which you want to perform cluster analysis; see the documentation for options. By standard, Mclust looks for 1to 9 clusters.



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Dear :

   I am a college student, one R beginner, now i am doing one exercise with mclust package.

   I want to try one hierarchy cluster ananlysis on my data and my aim is to find out the clusters from the result and what are the members for each cluster?

   So can you give me some advices
   thanks in advance!      

   chunping wang



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