The first clustering program we will use is DiagEM. We will use most of the default parameters, but we will change the number of clusters we would like DiagEM to create. Change K from two (default) to five as we will compare our results to the Cho Classification, which has been partitioned into five clusters which represent five stages of the yeast cell cycle.

Choose 'DiagEM' from the 'Clustering' menu and then change K from 2 to 5 as shown below.

Figure: Clustering|DiagEM

When clustering is finished you should see a dialog box pop up similar to the one below.

Figure: Clustering|DiagEM

Brandon King 2004-05-13