Touch it, mine it, view it, shape it
To benefit from the large amounts of data, gathered in more and more application domains, analysis techniques like clustering have become a necessity. As their application expands, a lot of unacquainted users come into contact with these techniques. Unfortunately, most clustering approaches are complex and/or scenario specific, which makes clustering a challenging domain to access. In this demonstration, we want to present a clustering process, that can be used in a hands-on way.
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