I'm trying to test a method of identifying individuals (birds) based on measured data (their calls).
I have test data from known individual birds, and I am using the Mclust package to see if the program can correctly identify which calls come from different birds.
So far, mclust has correctly ID'd the number of birds in the test data set
(i.e., the correct # of clusters). However I also need to correctly assign
each call to the right bird (i.e., data rows (calls) 1 - 10 are in cluster
(bird) 1; rows 2 - 20 are in cluster 2, etc.).
Is there a way to get mclust to show the cluster assignments of each observation?
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