[R-sig-Geo] Spatial Clustering in R

Dan Putler dan.putler at sauder.ubc.ca
Tue Oct 28 21:53:32 CET 2008

Hi Jim,

What are the nature of the attributes of the items, are they simply
actually distances from one another, or is their some other measures of
similarity/dissimilarity (say differences in soil types)?

Dan Putler

On Tue, 2008-10-28 at 13:35 -0700, Jim Bouldin wrote:
> I'm wondering whether any R package has the ability to perform spatial
> clustering, i.e. the spatial partitioning of a data set into relatively
> homogeneous polygons, based on one or more attributes of the items (similar
> to what the program eCognition does).  Perhaps there is a more
> statistically correct term for what I have just described, but I don't know
> it.  Thanks.
> Jim Bouldin, PhD
> Associate in Agricultural Experiment Station
> Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis
> Davis CA, 95616
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Dan Putler
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University of British Columbia

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