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2011 Oct 07
1
R equivalent of proc varclus
Dear List What is the R package equivalent of Proc Varclus or Information Value. ANy assistance in determining R equivalents of f Oblique Component Analysis (PROC VARCLUS), Information Value (IV) and Weight Of Evidence (WOE) analysis, and business intelligence http://www.nesug.org/proceedings/nesug06/an/da23.pdf Regards, Ajay Websites- http://decisionstats.com
2001 Dec 19
2
How to create a data.frame "like" another, but longer?
Hello, does anyone know of a quick way to create a data frame "like" another, but with more rows? What I'd like to do is this: if mydata is a data.frame like a b c 1 TRUE yes 2 FALSE no 3 TRUE yes I'd like to get mydata2 with the same column names and column types, but without the values and with more rows. All I could think of was to manually do
2005 Mar 24
2
font sizes for row.names of dendograms
Dear R I recently performed a cluster analysis. It produced the dendogram no problem but unfortunately the font size of the row.names were all cluttered due to their large size So I tried to change the font size using plclust(cluster.results, labels=iris$specie, cex=0.8) and R came back to me saying Error in plclust(cluster.results, labels = iris$specie, cex = 0.8) : unused argument(s)
2003 May 06
1
S's plclust and R's hclust
Hello everyone, Does anyone know how to implement the argument "unit" in R's plclust function ? I used to use Splus where this argument exists but it has not been implemented in R's plclust. The reason why I switched from Splus to R is that Ward's method is not implemented for S's hclust whereas it is implemented for R's hclust. What I would need is S's plclust
2000 Apr 11
2
xgobi interface
i just installed the xgobi interrface, and this is what i get when i try to run the example things don't work > xgobi(laser) xgobi -title 'laser' -std mmx -dev 2 /tmp/unixR3e07S15fb & > Neither the file 2 nor 2.dat exists what am i doing wrong? p.s.: xgobi is installed and works -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-
2000 Apr 10
2
Newbie: how to calculate group averagege?
Dear R-List, I?m new in R, so I hope my question is not to primitive, but I haven?t found a solution in the R-help. I?ve got a datatframe with 3 factors, called xf (9 levels), yf (9 levels), zf (3 levels) and one variable (rt): > xf yf zf rt > 1 1 1 67 > 1 1 1 56 > 1 1 1 60 [...] > 1 1 2 58 > 1 1 2 61 [...] > 9 1
2004 Jan 04
5
Analyzing dendograms??
I have used heatmap to visualize my microarray data. I have a matrix of M-values. I do the following. #The distance between the columns. sampdist <- dist(t(matrix[,]), method="euclidean") sclus <- hclust(sampdist, method="average") #The distance between the rows. genedist <- dist(matrix[,], method="euclidean") gclus <- hclust(genedist,
2005 May 31
1
Loading matrices and other things
Hi all, I'm new to R, so needless to say I have a couple questions (which I hope I haven't missed through the documentation). I have several files in lower triangular matrix form. For each of these matrices, I want to perform some form of hierarchical clustering on each matrix and capture the output of the clustering. The first problem I run into is actually loading the matrix file
2010 Nov 15
2
hclust, does order of data matter?
Hello, I am using the hclust function to cluster some data. I have two separate files with the same data. The only difference is the order of the data in the file. For some reason, when I run the two files through the hclust function, I get two completely different results. Does anyone know why this is happening? Does the order of the data matter? Thanks, RC -- View this message in
2013 Dec 12
2
method default for hclust function
I could not figure out what was the default when I ran hclust() without specifying the method. For example: I just have a code like: hclust(dist(data)) Any input would be appreciated:) [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2000 Nov 01
5
Performance note: Preallocating helps? and two questions
hi- in r 1.1 on windows 2000 with length(AU) of 35833 AUcap30<-0 for(i in 1:length(AU))AUcap30[i]<-min(30,AU[i]) took over an hour on pentium II 300 mhertz (I esc'ed before it finished) but AUcap30<-AU for(i in 1:length(AU))AUcap30[i]<-min(30,AU[i]) is very quick (a few seconds) Is this performance difference common in r (ie is linux the same way)? Are there other tricks
2000 Nov 01
5
Performance note: Preallocating helps? and two questions
hi- in r 1.1 on windows 2000 with length(AU) of 35833 AUcap30<-0 for(i in 1:length(AU))AUcap30[i]<-min(30,AU[i]) took over an hour on pentium II 300 mhertz (I esc'ed before it finished) but AUcap30<-AU for(i in 1:length(AU))AUcap30[i]<-min(30,AU[i]) is very quick (a few seconds) Is this performance difference common in r (ie is linux the same way)? Are there other tricks
2004 May 19
7
Help with hclust() and plot()
Hi When I use plot(hclust(dist..)...)...) etc to create a dendrogram of a hierarchial cluster analysis, I end up with a vertical tree. What do I need to do to get a horizontal tree? Also, my users are used to seeing trees who's leaves all "end" at the same place (eg. Like in minitab). Is this possible in R? Thanks Mick Michael Watson Head of Informatics Institute for Animal
2003 Nov 04
1
hclust doesn't return merge details [Solved]
Thanks to Andy and Thomas, Reading help(hclust) more carefully would have done it but sometimes you do not see the wood for the trees... So hc$merge does exactly what I want. I have never been aware of the command str to get the structure of an R-object. It seems pretty useful to me. Thanks, Arne > -----Original Message----- > From: Liaw, Andy [mailto:andy_liaw at merck.com] >
2013 Dec 17
1
What is the formula of Pseudo-F statistic in capscale in vegan?
Dear R-help, We are conducting a distance-based redundancy analysis using capscale and then testing for statistical significance for six terms in the model for the constrained ordination using anova.cca in the vegan package. The significance test is sequential, i.e., testing for significance of a term only after accounting for all preceding terms. Could someone please provide us with either the
2011 May 17
1
simprof test using jaccard distance
Dear All, I would like to use the simprof function (clustsig package) but the available distances do not include Jaccard distance, which is the most appropriate for pres/abs community data. Here is the core of the function: > simprof function (data, num.expected = 1000, num.simulated = 999, method.cluster = "average", method.distance = "euclidean", method.transform =
2000 Aug 31
2
Multiv / hierclust / plclust
I use hierclust (hierarchical clustering) in multiv package. In the documentation it is said that plclust (plotting a dendrogram) is available in S-plus. Can I find it anywhere (I have searched through http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/S and found only quotations of plclust in multiv) or is it only part of the S package (which I don't have)? Thanks --------------- Charles RAUX,
2017 Jun 21
1
getting error while trying to make dendogram based on gene expression
I am trying to make dendogram based on gene expression matrix , but getting some error: I countMatrix = read.table("count.row.txt",header=T,sep='\t',check.names=F) colnames(countMatrix) count_matrix <- countMatrix[,-1] # remove first column (gene names) rownames(count_matrix) <- countMatrix[,1] #added first column gene names as rownames) >
2000 Feb 25
2
partial correlation coefficients in R?
Hello, after thorough searching of the R help files as well as S+-help, I'm coming to the list: Is there a possibility to compute partial correlation coefficients between multiple variables (correlation between two paired samples with the "effects of all other variables partialled out")? All I seem to find are the standard Pearson correlation coefficients (with cor()) and no clue
2006 Apr 03
2
about arguments in "bclust"
Hi All, Just want to make sure, in function "bclust", do the following argument only have one option? argument "dist.method" has one option "Euclidian"; argument "hclust.method" has one option "average"; argument "base.method" has one option "kmeans". Thank you! [[alternative HTML version deleted]]