birch (1.2-3)

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Dealing with very large datasets using BIRCH.

birch is an implementation of the algorithms described in Zhang et al (1997), and provides functions for creating CF-trees, along with algorithms for dealing with some combinatorial problems, such as covMcd and ltsReg. It is very well suited for dealing with very large data sets, and does not require that the data can fit in physical memory.

Maintainer: Lysiane Charest
Author(s): Lysiane Charest, Justin Harrington, Matias Salibian-Barrera

License: GPL

Uses: ellipse, MASS
Reverse depends: stream

Released about 7 years ago.

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