Prerequisites: DBSCAN Algorithm
Density Based Spatial Clustering of Applications with Noise(DBCSAN) is a clustering algorithm which was proposed in 1996. In 2014, the algorithm was awarded the ‘Test of Time’ award at the leading Data Mining conference, KDD.
Dataset – Credit Card.
Step 1: Importing the required libraries
Step 2: Loading the data
Step 3: Preprocessing the data
Step 4: Reducing the dimensionality of the data to make it visualizable
Step 5: Building the clustering model
Step 6: Visualizing the clustering
Step 7: Tuning the parameters of the model
Step 8: Visualizing the changes
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