Hierarchical clustering means creating a tree of clusters by iteratively grouping or separating data points. There are two types of hierarchical clustering named Agglomerative clustering and Divisive clustering. Agglomerative clustering is the bottom-up approach. It merges the two points that are the most similar until all points have been merged into a single cluster. Divisive clustering is the top-down approach.
Dec-3-2021, 15:30:04 GMT