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FindClusters for 3D Pancake/Platelet Shapes
I'm looking to properly cluster a dataset of roughly 3 million data points in 3-space. The shapes form closely spaced "clusters" that resemble pancakes. Here is a downsampled dataset: ...
Mar 29 '13 at 17:07
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