Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 16:58:59 -0400
Reply-To: "Feinstein, Zachary" <ZFeinstein@HarrisInteractive.com>
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From: "Feinstein, Zachary" <ZFeinstein@HarrisInteractive.com>
Subject: FW: Cluster Analysis Seems to Have Too Many Variables
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I am sorry about the oversight below. I meant to say 1,619 respondents.
I only have four standardized variables going into the clustering. My
From: Feinstein, Zachary
Sent: Friday, July 15, 2005 1:27 PM
Subject: Cluster Analysis Seems to Have Too Many Variables
I have 1,619 variables. I am starting by doing a hierarchical cluster
analysis. From there I will use the centroids as seeds for the quick
cluster. The following code works with no problem if I bring the number
of cases down to 500. Is there a way for me to tell SPSS (v13) to set
aside more memory? I have found SET WORKSPACE but I'm at a bit of a
loss in figuring how much of a change I should make without compromising
other stuff I do in SPSS.
zcv1 TO zcv4
/MATRIX OUT ("C:\temp2\spssclus.tmp")
/VIEW = CASE
/MEASURE = SEUCLID
/STANDARDIZE = NONE.
SORT CASES BY id.
/MATRIX IN ("C:\temp2\spssclus.tmp")
/PRINT SCHEDULE CLUSTER(3, 7)
/SAVE CLUSTER(3, 7).