CLUTO 2.1.2 Alpha

Software for clustering high-dimensional datasets
CLUTO - The Terminal output displayed when running the vcluster and scluster programs from the command line with no arguments.
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CLUTO is a software package for clustering low- and high-dimensional datasets and for analyzing the characteristics of the various clusters.

CLUTO is well-suited for clustering data sets arising in many diverse application areas including information retrieval, customer purchasing transactions, web, GIS, science, and biology.

CLUTO's distribution consists of both a library and a stand-alone programs via which an application program can access directly the various clustering and analysis algorithms implemented in CLUTO.

Main features:

  • Multiple classes of clustering algorithms: partitional, agglomerative, & graph-partitioning based.
  • Multiple similarity/distance functions: Euclidean distance, cosine, correlation coefficient, extended Jaccard, user-defined.
  • Numerous novel clustering criterion functions and agglomerative merging schemes.
  • Traditional agglomerative merging schemes: single-link, complete-link, UPGMA
  • Extensive cluster visualization capabilities and output options: postscript, SVG, gif, xfig, etc.
  • Multiple methods for effectively summarizing the clusters: most descriptive and discriminating dimensions, cliques, and frequent itemsets.
  • Can scale to very large datasets containing hundreds of thousands of objects and tens of thousands of dimensions.

last updated on:
November 5th, 2008, 16:29 GMT
file size:
19.1 MB
developed by:
George Karypis
license type:
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
binary format:
Universal Binary
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What's New in This Release:
  • Eliminated the limits on the length of the line of the input files.
  • Fixed spelling errors in the -help for vcluster/scluster.
  • Eliminated the 32 bit limit on the size of the dynamically allocated memory. CLUTO can now take advantage of 64 bit address space machines.
  • Builds for OSX (powerpc and i386) and Linux x86_64.
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