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By Adetayo Kasim, Ziv Shkedy, Sebastian Kaiser, Sepp Hochreiter, Willem Talloen

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Otherwise, one way to reduce this effect is to divide each column by its standard deviation or median absolute deviation. This gives the standardized Euclidean distance: p DSE (xg , xh ) = j=1 xgj − xhj sj 2 . However, some care is necessary when rescaling the data this way as it could also dilute the differences between the clusters with respect to the columns that are intrinsically the best discriminators. Skewness could also exacerbate the effect of scaling on the data. Manhattan Distance Two other dissimilarity measures that have been used for clustering are the Manhattan or city block distance: p DM = j=1 |xgj − xhj |, and the Canberra distance: p DCAN = j=1 |xgj − xhj | .

A measure of similarity, C(xg , xh ), between two objects, xg , xh , must comply with the conditions: (i) C(xg , xh ) = C(xh , xg ), and (ii) C(xg , xh ) ≤ C(xg , xg ) for all g, h, (iii) C gets smaller the further xg and xh are apart. A similarity measure can From Cluster Analysis to Biclustering 15 be converted to a dissimilarity measure by the standard transformation (see Mardia, Kent and Bibby, 1979): DC (xg , xh ) = C(xg , xg ) + C(xh , xh ) − 2C(xh , xg ). Pearson’s Correlation A popular example of a similarity measure is Pearson’s correlation coefficient, R: p (xgj − x¯g.

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