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Combinatorial data analysis (CDA)
is the study of data sets where the arrangement of objects is important. CDA can be used either to determine how well a given combinatorial construct reflects the observed data, or to search for a suitable combinatorial construct that does fit the data.
- Cluster analysis
- Geometric data analysis
Geometric data analysis can refer to geometric aspects of image analysis, pattern analysis and shape analysis or the approach of multivariate statistics that treats arbitrary data sets as clouds of points in n-dimensional space...
- Structured data analysis (statistics)
Structured data analysis is the statistical data analysis of structured data. This can arise either in the form of an a priori structure such as multiple-choice questionnaires or in situations with the need to search for structure that fits the given data, either exactly or approximately...