Date: Fri 28 May 2004 - 20:54:29 EST
I don't exactly understand what you do, could you show me the
program that you execute to do that?
> n.bouget wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I want to know which distance is using in the function kmeans
> > and if we can change this distance.
> > Indeed, in the function pam, we can put a distance matrix in
> > parameter (by the line "pam<-pam(dist(matrixdata),k=7)" ) but
> > we can't do it in the function kmeans, we have to put the
> > matrix of data directly ...
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Nicolas BOUGET
> One solution is to transform the data in a way, that the
> distance of the transformed values represents some other
distance of the
> original values. This works at least for the
> one applies a multivariate technique to a PCA transformed
> matrix, but I don't know if there are transformations for
> distance measures.
> Thomas P.
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