|Has title||Hierarchical Clustering|
|Has owner||Kyran Adams, Oliver Chang|
|Has start date||12/1/2017|
|Has deadline date|
|Has keywords||Cluster, Clustering, Circles, Pain in the ass, Agglomeration|
|Has project status||Active|
|Has sponsor||McNair Center|
|Has project output||Tool|
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The code is in
The python3 file is main.py
The code uses the AgglomerativeClustering from sklearn.cluster, which doesn't have GPU support.
If this is being run on a new build box then
pip install statistics pip install gmplot
The input is a tdt file named CoLevelForCircles.txt with 7 columns:
city state year lat lon coname datefirstinv
The output is a tdt file named Results.tsv with 8 columns:
(city, state, year) layer cluster ('lat','long','coname','datefirstinv')
There's useful reference material here: https://stackabuse.com/hierarchical-clustering-with-python-and-scikit-learn/
Note that it should be possible to use Tensorflow's KMeansClustering to achieve the same result.
Old Code Notes
This code takes a CoLevel master file, clusters points using k (number of clusters) in the range [1, num points / 5), and creates a file output.tsv.
Output.tsv has columns place, statecode, year, layer, cluster, lat, long, coname, datefirstinv. Layer is k, and cluster is the id of the cluster that the point belongs to.
The original version by Kyran and Oliver is in:
You can run this program with: