Seriation (statistics)

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In combinatorial data analysis, seriation is the process of finding an arrangement of all objects in a set, in a linear order, given a loss function.[1] The main goal is exploratory, to reveal structural information.

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  1. ^ Hahsler, Michael; Hornik, Kurt; Buchta, Christian (2008). "Getting Things in Order: An Introduction to the R Package seriation". Journal of Statistical Software. 25 (3). doi:10.18637/jss.v025.i03.