gCLUTO - Graphical Clustering Toolkit

The gCLUTO data clustering package is currently distributed as a single file that contains binary distributions for Linux, and MS Windows platforms.

Getting the files
The first step in setting up gCLUTO is to download the binary distribution file. gCLUTO's distribution is available as either a Unix gziped tar file or as a Windows zip file.
Available files for download
gziped tar file zip file

Older versions of gCLUTO can be found here.

On Unix systems, after downloading gCLUTO you need to uncompress and untar it. This is achieved by executing the following command:
gunzip gcluto-1.0.tar.gz

tar -xvf gcluto-1.0.tar

On Windows systems, you need to have a zip/unzip program (e.g., winzip) in order to unzip the files. In general, you just need to double click on "gcluto_1_0.zip" and the file will be unzipped automatically.

At this point you should have a directory named gcluto-1.0. This directory contains gCLUTO's programs and some test datasets.

Instructions describing how to use gCLUTO can be found at gcluto-1.0/doc/index.html. You can view a local copy of this documentation by clicking here.
Converting Documents into CLUTO's Format
A simple perl script called doc2mat that converts a set of documents into the vector-space format used by gCLUTO can be obtained from CLUTO's download page.