Perform clustering of the unlabeled data set, Applied Statistics

Perform clustering of the unlabeled data set. You could use provided initial centroids set or generate your own. Also there could be considered next stopping criteria:

- maximal number of iterations: 100,

- cluster are consistent (no changes in group matrix or centroids on current iteration, which mean that the clusters are balanced).

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