gCLUTO - Graphical Clustering Toolkit
|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
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.|