# 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:

1. Peaks in the plot of the cubic clustering criterion with values greater than 2 or 3 indicate good clusters;
2. Peaks with values between 0 and 2 indicate possible clusters.
3. 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.

1. Open the Little Pond.
2. Select Graph > Contour Plot.
3. Select the X and Y coordinates and click X.
4. Select the depth, Z, and click Y.
5. Click Specify.