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&dhpackage;Eisen-clustering of microarray data&dhpackage;OPTIONSShow summary of options.file lodingAllows you to specify a different name for the output files (default is derived from the input file name)Specifies whether to log-transform the data (default is 0, no log-transform)Specifies whether to run k-means clustering instead of hierarchical clustering, and the number of clusters k to use (default: 0)Specifies the horizontal dimension of the SOM grid (default: 2)Specifies the vertical dimension of the SOM grid (default: 1)Specifies whether to calculate an SOM instead of hierarchical clustering (default: 0)Show version of program.
-g [0..9] Specifies the distance measure for gene clustering
0: No gene clustering
1: Uncentered correlation
2: Pearson correlation
3: Uncentered correlation, absolute value
4: Pearson correlation, absolute value
5: Spearman's rank correlation
6: Kendall's tau
7: Euclidean distance
8: Harmonically summed Euclidean distance
9: City-block distance
(default: 1)
-e [0..9] Specifies the distance measure for microarray clustering
0: No clustering
1: Uncentered correlation
2: Pearson correlation
3: Uncentered correlation, absolute value
4: Pearson correlation, absolute value
5: Spearman's rank correlation
6: Kendall's tau
7: Euclidean distance
8: Harmonically summed Euclidean distance
9: City-block distance
(default: 0)
-m [msca] Specifies which hierarchical clustering method to use
m: Pairwise complete-linkage
s: Pairwise single-linkage
c: Pairwise centroid-linkage
a: Pairwise average-linkage
(default: m)SEE ALSOmapletree (1), smile (1).AUTHORThis manual page was written by &dhusername; &dhemail; for
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