## How do I run a cluster analysis in JMP?

# How do I run a cluster analysis in JMP?

## How do I run a cluster analysis in JMP?

In JMP, performing hierarchical clustering is pretty simple. Just go to Analyze > Clustering > Hierarchical Cluster and select the columns you want to cluster on. If each data point has a name or label, select that and add it as a Label. You can also select your linkage criteria here.

**What is CCC JMP?**

For k-means, JMP (like SAS) uses the Cubic Cluster Criterion (that’s what CCC stands for), to select which k fits your data best.

### What is cubic clustering criterion?

Abstract. The cubic clustering criterion (CCC) can be used to estimate the number of clusters using Ward’s minimum variance method, k -means, or other methods based on minimizing the within-cluster sum of squares. The performance of the CCC is evaluated by Monte Carlo methods.

**What is CCC in cluster analysis?**

The cubic clustering criterion (CCC) can be used to estimate the number of clusters using Ward’s minimum variance method, k-means, or other methods based on minimizing the within- cluster sum of squares. The performance of the CCC is evaluated by Monte Carlo methods.

#### What is pseudo F?

The pseudo-F test. 221. 10.6 THE PSEUDO-F TEST. Occasionally the EMS column for a given experiment indicates that there is no exact F test for one or more factors in the design model.

**How do you read a CCC plot?**

Here is a brief summarization:

- Peaks in the plot of the cubic clustering criterion with values greater than 2 or 3 indicate good clusters;
- Peaks with values between 0 and 2 indicate possible clusters.
- Large negative values of the CCC can indicate outliers.

## How do you do cluster analysis in SAS?

SAS/STAT Cluster Analysis is a statistical classification technique in which cases, data, or objects (events, people, things, etc.) are sub-divided into groups (clusters) such that the items in a cluster are very similar (but not identical) to one another and very different from the items in other clusters.

**How do you make a contour plot in JMP?**

To create a contour plot, you need two variables for the x- and y-axes and at least one more variable for contours. You can also use several y-variables….Z is the depth.

- Open the Little Pond.
- Select Graph > Contour Plot.
- Select the X and Y coordinates and click X.
- Select the depth, Z, and click Y.
- Click Specify.