Re: [R] camberra distance?

From: Angel Lopez <angel_lul_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu 01 Jul 2004 - 01:30:08 EST

 From Legendre & Legendre Numerical Ecology I read: "The Australians Lance & Williams (1967a) give several variants of the Manhattan metric including their Canberra metric (Lance & Williams 1966c)" Lance &Williams (1967a) Mixed-data classificatory programs I.Agglomerative systems. Aust. Comput.J.1:15-20 Lance & Williams 1966c Computer programs for classification. Proc. ANCCAC Conference, Canberra, May 1966, Paper 12/3

HTH,
Angel

Wolski wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Its not an R specific question but had no idea where to ask elsewhere.
>
> Does anyone know the orginal reference to the CAMBERA DISTANCE?
>
> Eryk.
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> Ps.:
> I knew that its an out of topic question (sorry).
> Can anyone reccomend a mailing list where such questions are in topic?
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