According to dendrograms
(Figures 5 and 6) attained by hierarchical clustering, class B can be divided into four easily distinguishable clusters and class M--into three clusters.
The distance matrix based on SSR data sets was used to construct a dendrogram
, which is shown in Fig.
of kiwifruit orchard showed that INN sites (KI 0/10 and KI 10/20) almost always clustered separately from CON sites (KC 0/10 and KC 10/20) for bacteria as well as fungal ribosomal genes (Fig.
displays the merging (or dividing) of clusters from the leaves to the root (or the root to the leaves) and the distance or dissimilarity between the merged (or split) clusters.
A composite dendrogram
indicating the degree of genetic relatedness of isolates from specialised ICUs (labelled 1-24) and paediatric (labelled P1-P26), medical (M1-M23) and surgical wards (S1 -S11) is shown in Fig.
The 16 dendrograms
that were generated exhibited considerable differences in topology.
2 illustrates the dendrograms
derived from clustering the similarities between the languages as depicted by the confusion matrices in Table 3.
6 represents the dendrogram
obtained by the Ward's method on the intermetallic particles population of the 5xxx aluminium alloy.
Key words: Complex equations, complex numbers, dendrogram
, vector space
Instead of showing all 26 dendrograms
, Table 3 displays a summary for all couples by showing how clusters were formed on the dendrograms
and whose independent decisions the joint most closely resembled.
The significance of allele frequency differences attributable to geographic regions identified in the dendrograms
based on [F.
We should emphasize that the tree obtained following the above procedure is different from the popular dendrograms
(the result of applying some traditional clustering techniques).