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dendrogram

[′den·drə‚gram]
(biology)
A genealogical tree; the trunk represents the oldest common ancestor, and the branches indicate successively more recent divisions of a lineage for a group.
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The sample score plot confirmed the cluster dendogram by loading varieties with similar characteristics to the same side of PC1 and PC2.
The dendogram contains: CLUSTER1: {(1, 3G, cosmote, 1.
Inspection of the dendogram (see Figure 1) confirmed this solution as the best fit and most parsimonious approach to clustering the data.
This dendogram shows that sites in the UWR sub-watershed are most compositionally similar to sites within the WFWR.
libMCS quickly clusters large sets according to maximum common substructure, the libMCS GUI allows users to navigate and filter within an interactive dendogram and hierarchical tree viewer.
The number of clusters was based on a visual inspection of the dendogram and the pronounced change in the tightness of the clusters as measured by a sharp increase in the error sum of squares (ESS) between two fusions in a hierarchical CA method (Everitt, 1974, p.
In either case, the results of the application of the clustering technique are best described using a dendogram or binary tree.
Cluster analytic techniques yield a dendogram, which is a tree-like structure that depicts a hierarchy of the "objects" the investigator is seeking to classify.
Based on an examination of the dendogram and changes in squared Euclidean distances of the cluster solutions, Ward's method produced the hightest and most easily interpretable clusters.
In the first step, a hierarchical clustering model is used to generate a dendogram that graphically illustrates the linking patterns between sample orders.