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It appears this is achieved with Dendrogram by specifying "Average" for ClusterDissimilarityFunction.
Here I used Inset to create callouts. The application is sequence coverage of gene locations in shotgun whole genome scans. Notice some chromosomes contain gaps, resulting in non-contiguous chromosome assembly. ![enter image description here][1] ...
According to the web page, this has a GenBank ascension ID of CM019739.1. This can be used with a WFR function to import the sequence. In[7]:= Short[ genome = ResourceFunction["ImportFASTA"]["CM019739.1"], 10] Out[7]//Short=...
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I'm probably missing something, but should it not be: MahalanobisDistance[data_?MatrixQ,u_,v_]:= Sqrt[(u-v).Inverse[Covariance[data]].(u-v)] instead of MahalanobisDistance[data_?MatrixQ,u_,v_]:= Sqrt[u.Inverse[Covariance[data]].v] ...
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Richard, I guess you basically have to define your function ``labspace`` in a way to prohibit evaluation of non-numeric arguments. Try: labspace[l_?NumericQ, a_?NumericQ, b_?NumericQ, i_, cs_] := ColorConvert[ColorConvert[LABColor[l, a,...
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Wow, that's compact. Thank you for the programming insight. :)
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