Geospatial clustering is the process of organizing a set of geographical features into groupings named "clusters". Features inside a cluster are highly similar, whereas the clusters are as diverse as possible. Clustering's purpose is to generalize and expose a relationship between spatial and non-spatial attributes. Clustering tools automatically group points or areas into compact clusters, while placing optional constraints on the clusters such as maximum size or a balanced total field, such as sales or population.
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