draw a map with clustering
the result is an Encapsulated PostScript image
- use indexed data instead of clustering data
- -o filename
- output file
- don't use colours, use cluster borders (without preserved areas)
- don't use colours, use cluster borders (with preserved areas)
- don't use colours, use cluster numbers
- reorder colours
- don't use colours, use black/white patterns (PS level 2)
- rainbow colours, light and dark
- rainbow colours, light
- don't use colours, use symbols
- -u filename
- user-defined colours, see Colour file
Options -b or -B can be combined with
-I or -p or -s.
This programs draws a map, and divides it into a number of clusters.
Each cluster is given a separate colour, or black and white pattern (if
the option -p
These colours or patterns correspond to those used by the program
if you use the same number of clusters.
See Map configuration file for the syntax
of the configfile.
The clusterfile contains a hierarchical
clustering, as created by the program cluster.
The final argument must be a number between 2 and 19, inclusive.
And indexfile is a file with a list of labels already assigned to
groups. Groups are numbered starting from 1. Example:
# Two items in group 1:
1 label a
1 "label b"
# Two items in group 2:
2 third label
2 fourth label