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However, the tree of attributes helps to understand Table 7. 82 Metric Methods in Data Mining Table 8. 1 hair 10 breathes 2 feathers 11 venomous 3 eggs 12 fins 4 milk 13 legs 5 airborne 14 tail 6 aquatic 15 domestic 7 predator 16 cat size 8 toothed 17 type 9 backbone Figure 3. Dendrogram of zoo dataset using AGNES and the Ward method Metric Methods in Data Mining Table 9. 39 the relationships between attributes and their relative importance. Attribute clustering helps to build classifiers in a semisupervised manner allowing analysts a certain degree of choice in the selection of the features that may be considered by classifiers, and illuminating relationships between attributes and their relative importance for classification.
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Data mining patterns by Pascal Poncelet; Maguelonne Teisseire; Florent Masseglia