Initial centroids data set, Applied Statistics

Find unlabeled data set test.txt and initial centroids data set centroids.txt in the archive, both files have the following format: [attribute1_value attribute2_value ... attribute90_value]. The unlabeled data set includes 350 samples and the initial centroids set consists of 15 samples. Data instances in both files have 90 attributes.

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