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reading from a data file to cluster the data

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Hi everyone,
Am having a problem with implementing a k-means clustering algorithm in vb.
I'd like to read data from a file into multidimentional arrays .
Then i use the k-means algorithm to cluster the data into clusters.
Could anyone be in a position to give a way ahead?
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Thanks Philai.
It worked out cool and am now done with my project.
Cheers.
Nicdom
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