Partitioning data points into subsets of objects according to their mutual "similarity," without using preexisting knowledge such as class labels.

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Grouping Analysis (Clustering) of polygons with streets as borders in ArcGIS?

I have a question about the Grouping Analysis Tool in ArcGIS. Is it possible to use streets as spatial borders for the groups? I want to group a city district autmatically with multiple attributes, ...
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Explode clusters of overlapping points in ArcGIS Javascript API

In my map application built on ESRI's javascript API there are a number of points that share a lat/long. I need a way to allow the user to see all of the points at a specific location by exploding ...
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Methods for hot spot or cluster analysis for multiple measurements at the same geographic unit?

I would like to find geographic clusters of zip codes where each zip code has a measurement of a person's age (integer), sex (categorical/binary), and if they recovered from a certain medical ...
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DBSCAN gives “AttributeError: NoneType has no attribute issparse”

I am running a Python script invoking the DBSCAN tool to cluster feature points. When I open ArcMap, load the feature layer, and run the script, it works the way I expect it to. But if I run it ...
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Is it possible to use Clustering in Layer list widget in ArcGIS Viewer for Flex?

I utilized Layer List widget in ArcGIS Viewer for Flex to display some layers from server. I would like to use clustering tag for each layer in the layer list. Is that possible?
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How to draw small circles within a big circle(greater radius) on the basis of marker size on google maps?

I have more than 1000 markers at different location in my Map. I read Lat and Long from a xml file and render it in Google maps and create circle over them on the basis of city name within given ...
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How can we draw small inner circles within a large circle on google map? [duplicate]

I have several markers at different location in my Map. we are Creating circles over them on the basis of city name within given radius. And count the number of markers in those circles. now we want ...
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40k+ points from Shapefile, clustering them and populating on Google Maps/Webapp

I just started a new Python/Django webapp job related to GIS (and i'm totally new to GIS). Here is my task and what i have found so far, and i am stuck as to finding out what's the best way or the ...
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Finding clusters of one set of points around another set of points from different layer?

I want to see if there is clustering of a certain type of buildings (x) around another type of buildings (y). The two point files are in different layers. I cannot figure out which tool I would ...
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clustering points in postgresql to create contour map

UPDATE: To try to make this a little more simple, is it possible to create a query which selects a group of points such that each point in the group is at most X units away from at least one other ...
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Loading lots of points on leaflet through time slider.

I'm trying to add more than 13 thousand point using Time Slider plugin, but as you can imagine the loading process of all these points puts a heavy burden on the map. Even the slider start to get ...
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How to cluster spatial data in R?

I am very new to R, so please bear with me : > I have bunch of data points with latitude and longitude. I want to use R to cluster them based on their distance. I have already taken a look at this ...
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How do i integrate Clustering into my Google Map?

How do i integrate clustering for my google map? I have found a few codes but i'm not sure how to combine both so that it won't mess up the whole site. This is my current code: <script ...
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Jenks Natural Breaks in Python: How to find the optimum number of breaks? [migrated]

I found this Python implementation of the Jenks Natural Breaks algorithm and I could make it run on my Windows 7 machine. It is pretty fast and it finds the breaks in few time, considering the size of ...
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CartoDB: How to I cluster by features? Is it even possible?

I have a set of points for a number of buildings in NYC. I would like to group those points into clusters per their respective neighborhood (ex: Chelsea, Upper East Side etc.). Each of my points have ...
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how to make clusters from small polygons with constraint of boundary touching?

I want to make some clusters from a bunch of small polygons with the constraint that each basic unit (polygon) in the resultant cluster must share a portion of its boundary with at least one other ...
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Cluster/Group based on distance and value field

I am using ArcGIS 10.2 basic level licence. What I am trying to achieve is to group a set of points based on a value field and to their nearest neighbour. My point file has a integer field and I ...
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Creating clusters with same number of points in each in CartoDB

I have a map of about 4200 retailers and I would like to create clusters, with each cluster containing 10 retailers in CartoDB. How can I do this?
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Spatial Classification

I am not sure what to call my problem. From this image, I have a set of classified polygons (colored). I would like a way to classify the white polygons in the image. I don’t have any attributes to ...
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How to show hierarchical clusters in google maps or other tool?

Google maps marker can be clustered but those clusters expand on different levels. I want to stay on a specific zoom level and cluster a set of markers. Then I want to show sub clusters inside that ...
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Cluster multiple feature server

I want to cluster different servers at a time, what I mean is this I have this feature servers: ...
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Identify points in a shapefile that have no other point within x km with QGIS

This is probably a naive question but I am struggling as a new user to QGIS. I have a very large shapefile (275,000 points, but can break this into about 10 subregions if necessary for faster ...
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Assign points with varying radii to central meeting locations

I have a set of points in a city, each with a maximum distance radius of 0.5 - 1.5 miles. From this set of points, I'd like to create a small number of 'meeting points', i.e. locations that are ...
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k-NN Search with GIS dataset

I have made a k-NN search algorithm in matlab, and I want to implement it using a GIS data-set. A Google search didn't yield any good test data-sets. At this point, I have created a data-set by taking ...
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Create a grid with statistics of the merged shapefiles in QGIS

I operate with QGIS. I have to split the shape files of the buildings and the roads of a city into a grid of 500x500m per square and into each square I have to obtain the total free area, the total ...
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Create certain number of Clusters, equal sum of Z value

Divide polygons into *n* number of groups of equal counts with ArcGIS 10.2 is very similar to my question. But instead of equal number of polygons, I have multiple points (schools) with a z value ...
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Remove clumps of pixels in R

I would like to remove isolated pixels (or clumps of pixels <9) from my raster image. library(raster) # create some raster data r <- raster(ncols=12, nrows=12) set.seed(0) r[] <- ...
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K-means cluster analysis with initial centers with ArcGIS

I am trying to figure out a way to make a K means cluster analysis using initial centers for the clusters, and only classifying, no iteration, for the features in a feature class. Having a feature ...
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Is it valid to adjust quantile buckets to “nice” numbers for better readability?

I'm making a map about terrorist attacks and fatalities in CartoDB. For data clustering I'm using quantiles. The calculated buckets are 16, 32, 50, 97, 700. Is it okay to adjust the quantiles to make ...
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How to organize/cluster nodes moving on the same direction

The Problem I am working on a problem of clustering for mobile nodes. Initially, I though of clustering the nodes based on their angle of movement (relative to the x-axis). However this situation ...
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Fast Clustering Algorithm for Geographic Data?

I have been browsing through the net in my attempt to find a fast clustering algorithm to cluster geographic points, but lot many of the results found were for clustering algorithm in general and not ...
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Server side clustering - cluster (feature) geometry

I am trying to implement server side clustering and show it using OpenLayers. I am using this good material as an example. As a clustering result, a get some list of features, some of them are ...
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How to Create Polygon shapefile based on change in point value?

Is there a function in ArcGIS that would take analyze the adjacent point or polygon based on percent difference. If the adjacent value is within less than the percent it would dissolve otherwise ...
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Performing cluster analysis in R with Point Datasets

I am a R-Beginner, but I want to use it for some spatial statistics. I want to check the relation between the occurrence of ill persons and the existence of water in a area of interest. To give you a ...
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iterate over cluster in markerCluster : leaflet

i need to iterate over all clusters that are currently present in markercluster using leaflet. there's a method called markercluster.getClusters() in googlemaps to do this job. is there something ...
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Performing Moran Test using R? [closed]

I’m very new to R so please Bear with me: I have a set of data containing AREA Infested for each region ! and I want to know if there are any spatial autocorrelation between the regions! Here a sample ...
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Hot Spot Analysis using ArcGIS for Desktop?

I have a point shape containing locations of cars and a line shape containing roads. Now I want to identify hotspots/clusters. I want to find hot spots where for example the speed of the cars is ...
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Creating the Regions based on spatial clusters

I need to create areas for my shapefiles for spatial analysis for each. So I have a number of stations and I created 5 clusters based on the distance. code: Al <- ...
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Leaflet Marker-Cluster JSONP GeoServer

I hope I can get same help from here. I started to put together a leaflet map, please see here: http://gis.xyz/leaflet2.html I want to show my postgis point (uk based) features on this map with ...
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How to create a polyline-based “heatmap” from GPS tracks?

This winter I am planning to track my downhill skiing/snowboarding using a GPS. Most of my riding will occur at the same resort. I would like to be able to create a sort of "heatmap" that shows the ...
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Spatial clustering with PostGIS

I'm looking for spatial clustering algorithm for using it within PostGIS-enabled database for point features. I'm going to write plpgsql function that takes distance between points within the same ...
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Get a single cluster from cloud of points with specified maximum diameter in postgis

I have on the order of 2M Geometry Collections with N (median: 2, stddev: 6.6, 75th: 6, 95th: 21) Point objects (repeated points allowed and important) in a PostGIS table. I want to identify clusters ...
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clustering map (North, Centre, South) in R

I am looking for a method to partition map in 3 groups (North, Centre, South) like this: how to do this in R please stations.txt Code : Al <- shapefile("DZA_adm/DZA_adm0.shp") # read in ascii ...
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Visualize large amount of geopoints with Geoserver and PostGIS

I have a postgis database with over 50 million rows. Every row consists of a POINT corresponding to lon,lat and a value (number 1-100) I'm trying to create tiles for zoom levels 5-20 that I want to ...
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Leaflet - GPX - Clustering

I'm using Leaflet maps together with "Plugins by Pavel Shramov", which allows google usage and GPX file use. This bit was easy enough, but trying now to use markerClusterer. I've spent a few hours ...
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Changing size of cluster based on number of markers in Leaflet clustermarker

I'm currently using Leaflet's markercluster add-on, which is working really nicely for some of my initial maps. However, I'm wondering if there is a way to modify the clusters so that the size of the ...
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Would like map to be divided by region and for it to cluster markers, based on zoom level, using Google Maps Engine?

I am more of an GIS analyst than a developer and I do not have any Java / HTML coding experience. I was hoping that I could get through this using the Google Maps Engine documentation but it has ...
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Creating collection of polygons from collection of points?

I have a set of points, which are spread over a wide geographical area. I need to be able to create a set of polygons which best represent the clustered points. In parts, some points may simply lie ...
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How to set m parameter of clusterR function in R?

I want to manage a clustered computation on raster and thus use the "clusterR" function in R (package 'raster'). However, there's a tuning m parameter to set, but the only explanation about this ...
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SAGA Cluster Analysis for grids projection issue

I am having an issue with the SAGA cluster analysis for grids tool within QGIS 2.4. I am actually taking this as an online class through Del Mar and we are going over supervised and unsupervised ...