FPDclustering: PD-Clustering and Factor PD-Clustering
Probabilistic distance clustering (PD-clustering) is an iterative, distribution free, probabilistic clustering method. PD-clustering assigns units to a cluster according to their probability of membership, under the constraint that the product of the probability and the distance of each point to any cluster centre is a constant. PD-clustering is a flexible method that can be used with non-spherical clusters, outliers, or noisy data. PDQ is an extension of the algorithm for clusters of different size. GPDC and TPDC uses a dissimilarity measure based on densities. Factor PD-clustering (FPDC) is a factor clustering method that involves a linear transformation of variables and a cluster optimizing the PD-clustering criterion. It works on high dimensional data sets.
||ThreeWay , mvtnorm, R (≥ 3.5)
||ExPosition, cluster, rootSolve, MASS, klaR, GGally, ggplot2
||Cristina Tortora [aut, cre, cph], Noe Vidales [aut], Francesco Palumbo [aut], Tina Kalra [aut], and Paul D. McNicholas [fnd]
||Cristina Tortora <grikris1 at gmail.com>
||GPL-2 | GPL-3 [expanded from: GPL (≥ 2)]
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