Everitt, Brian
October 2004
Statistical Methods in Medical Research;Oct2004, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p343
Academic Journal
Presents the definition of cluster analysis. Classification of objects or data; Developments in cluster analysis; Research paper of Friedman and Rubin.


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