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Clustering vectors which values are probabilities (summing to 1)

Since the question was first asked in 2017, I have bumped into this problem over and over in different contexts. There are some pieces of information that I found enlightening and/or useful in ...
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Algorithm for detecting collective outliers

I would be very leery of any general algorithm for this. An outlier is a surprising point (or, in this case, a surprising set of points). Does a series of points in your data surprise you? That's an ...
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Clustering vectors which values are probabilities (summing to 1)

Measures often used for probability vectors or other “compositional data” such as counts, with nonnegative values summing up to 1 or to some Total in a vector (first to normalize the values so that ...
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