This hierarchical clustering video will help you understand what is clustering, what is hierarchical clustering, how does hierarchical clustering work, what is distance measure, what is agglomerative clustering, what is divisive clustering and you will also see a demo on how to group states based on their sales using clustering method. Clustering is the method of dividing the objects into clusters which are similar between them and are dissimilar to the objects belonging to another cluster. It is used to find data clusters such that each cluster has the most closely matched data. Prototype-based clustering, hierarchical clustering and density-based clustering are the three types of clustering algorithms. Lets us discuss hierarchical clustering in this video. In simple terms, Hierarchical clustering is separating data into different groups based on some measure of similarity. Now, let us get started and understand hierarchical clustering in detail. Course Length: 44:05 Source: Simplilearn
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