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Using Weka 3.6 (basketball or cloud data set). Using the EM clustering method, how many clusters did the algorithm decide to make? If we change from "Use Training Set" to "Percentage evaluation split- 66% train and 33% test"- how does the evaluation change? Examine your findings/understanding of the produced results.
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