Re: [R] time series clustering

From: Andrej Kastrin <andrej.kastrin_at_siol.net>
Date: Tue 06 Jun 2006 - 18:29:23 EST

Spencer Graves wrote:
> I know of no software for time series clustering in R. Google
> produced some interesting hits for "time series clustering". If you
> find an algorithm you like, the author might have software.
> Alternatively, the algorithm might be a modification of something
> already available in R. If that's the case, you wouldn't need to start
> from scratch to program something since R is open source.
>
> hope this helps.
> Spencer Graves
>
> Weiwei Shi wrote:
>
>> Dear Listers:
>>
>> I happened to have a problem requiring time-series clustering since the
>> clusters will change with time (too old data need to be removed from data
>> while new data comes in). I am wondering if there is some paper or reference
>> on this topic and there is some kind of implementation in R?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Weiwei
>>
>>
>
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Try to find the following article: Qualitative Clustering of Short Time-Series: A Case Study of Enterprise Reputation Data. It's a conference paper, but I have no electronic version of it.

HTH, Andrej



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