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Heatmap   Kmeans clustering

Purpose: A heatmap is a graphical way of displaying a table of numbers by using colors to represent numerical values. Kmeans clustering is performed by clustering the rows and columns by bootstrapping and/or noise data. For more details see the Heatmap Kmeans Explanation.


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Use data transformation Natural log  Log base10  Square root  No transformation
Use threshold value No   Below threshold value:  Above threshold value:  
Numbers below/above the given threshold
   Convert to the given threshold for clustering, will appear in the heatmap as white
   Leave as written, but will appear in the heat map as white
Output format options Cluster
Clustering: Rows only  Columns only  Both
Number of clusters:   Row   Column
Cluster support threshold: use default   set %
Higher values: High intensity color   Low intensity color
Number of colors:
Color key ranges:
Margins Label sizes
   Bottom:   Right:    Row:   Column:
# of resamplings (iterations applied to bootstrapping and/or noise data)
Cluster heatmap by bootstrapping   and/or   noise data (if checked, provide noise data below)

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[Sample Noise Input]
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Add vertical color sidebar

Add horizontal color sidebar

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last modified: Tue Aug 25 15:38 2015

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