K-Means for Joint Longitudinal Data
Released Aug 8, 2017 by Christophe Genolini
An implementation of k-means specifically design to cluster joint trajectories (longitudinal data on several variable-trajectories). Like 'kml', it provides facilities to deal with missing value, compute several quality criterion (Calinski and Harabatz, Ray and Turie, Davies and Bouldin, BIC,...) and propose a graphical interface for choosing the 'best' number of clusters. In addition, the 3D graph representing the mean joint-trajectories of each cluster can be exported through LaTeX in a 3D dynamic rotating PDF graph.