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Re: Re: st: St: cluster graphing
Justin <firstname.lastname@example.org> asked,
> I did a nonheirarchical cluster analysis, using 3 variables and
> clusters. I am trying to graph this so I can visually show how these
> were classified, but the cluster tree only works for heirarchical.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
and Ken Higbee from StataCorp provided several good suggestions. I just
want to add a few
The Stata manual for cluster analysis points out that in the
introduction on page 5 that
"there exist infinitely more ways to perform a cluster analysis than
people who perform them".
Justin, do you have any theoretical idea of how the the variables are
distributed, e.g., elliptically?
Does a scatterplot with the third variable overlaid also suggest 9
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