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clmorder - reorder indices to represent blocks from different cluster‐
clmorder <file name>+
Given a set of input clusterings, clmorder reorders indices so that the
ordering represents blocks from different clusterings (which are prefer‐
ably more or less hierarchically organized). It puts nodes that share
many clusters over the different clusters nearby, and puts nodes in
larger clusters earlier in the ordering. It is presumed that the clus‐
terings are successive subclusterings, but it need not be strictly the
case - clmorder will convert the input clusterings to a strictly nested
clmorder interprets its arguments as names of files containing cluster‐
ings in mcl format (see mcxio(5)).
Stijn van Dongen.
mclfamily(7) for an overview of all the documentation and the utilities
in the mcl family.
clmorder 1.006, 06-021 21 Jan 2006 clmorder(1)