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den·dro·gram

(den'drō-gram),
A treelike figure used to represent graphically a hierarchy.
[dendron, tree, + gramma, a drawing]
Bioinformatics Any branching tree-form/arborescent diagram that depicts a hierarchical relationship among sequences or organisms
Molecular epidemiology A diagram used to represent the phylogenic or evolutionary relatedness of molecular species of organisms based on allelic variations of a specific gene or sequence of DNA

dendrogram

a diagram illustrating taxonomic relationships in the manner of a family tree.
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The product of cluster analysis is presented in dendogram (Fig.
An examination of the dendogram and agglomeration coefficients generated by the hierarchal cluster analysis of the residents based on these factor scores indicates a large change in the agglomeration coefficients with two-, three-, four-cluster solutions (5) as well as substantial differences in dendrograms up until this point.
The dendogram shows that differences do exist in the samples on the basis of their biochemical characteristics.
The dendogram obtained with the MALDI-TOF technique for identification of C.
On the basis of similarity matrix created using the Dice coefficient and from pair-wise comparison for each of the genotypes and on the basis of dendogram drawn (Fig.
Using tuples (nodeID, element1, element2, similarity), where element1, element2 represent codes or node IDs and similarity represents Jaccard index computed for the two elements, and a number of five clusters, we obtain the following results in the dendogram.
A dendogram was constructed using the UPGMA method, to see how the three Bos indicus populations studied were phylogenetically related to each other with respect to the BoLA alleles found to be present.
The dendogram or tree diagram is then "cut" such that for the number of clusters chosen all the clusters satisfy the constraint.
Inspection of the dendogram, a visual map of the branching origins of cluster formations, revealed the formation of 4 distinct groups.
We propose to cluster the final papers with a hierarchical clustering algorithm to get a dendogram as shown in Figure 3.