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Synonyms for cluster

a grouping of a number of similar things

gather or cause to gather into a cluster

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For instance, if we want to find patterns about schools according to management of the school and school type which indicates secondary/primary/higher secondary standard school with relation to their location in Pondicherry, consulting ontology we choose RURUB, SCHCAT and SCHMGT from General Data cluster analysis.
The results of the two-step cluster analysis performed on all the ISO test variables automatically identified just two clusters.
In cluster analysis by Ward method or dendrogram cottage in 717 distance, genotypes were put in 3 clusters (fig.
To determine if whole-genome cluster analysis could improve the resolution of outbreak clusters for S.
Such algorithms are that each dimension is divided into a number of grids by using subspace clustering algorithm based on density clustering and grid-based method of combining cluster analysis.
Statistical inferences were drawn from the primary data collected by applying statistical tools like SPSS 19 and statistical analysis like Cluster Analysis.
It should be noted that cluster analysis has a lot of specificity and that when different clustering methods are used on the same data, different results may be obtained.
Similar results have been obtained from the current study and further, the results obtained from the cluster analysis are collaborated with that of the OLS model studies for the three crops.
The first step involved a cluster analysis to classify general hospitals into two groups using size-related variables (i.
Defining level of service criteria it is basically a classification problem and the cluster analysis is the most suitable technique that can be applied for the solution to it.
A better alternative is to use statistical cluster analysis, a data mining tool that uses the correlation between different variables in a database to form store, or customer, clusters.
The participants were asked to sort all these into concepts that were then analysed using multi-dimensional scaling and cluster analysis.
Cluster analysis has been employed as an effective tool in scientific inquiry.
Children with Down syndrome can be diagnosed with autism via the autism spectrum disorder criteria from the DSM, based on results of a cluster analysis of 293 children with Down syndrome.