SOME REMARKS ABOUT THE BRAY-CURTIS, CANBERRA AND CLARK DISTANCE
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In the comparative analysis of complex economic phenomena the measures of distance are used to assess similarity of objects. In the paper attention is paid on application of the Bray-Curtis, Canberra and Clark distance measures. Some consequences of strengthening of the measurements scale are also considered.. They appear, among others, when modified distance measures e.g. of Bray-Curtis, Canberra or Clark for data measurements on quotient scale are applied for measurements on the interval scale.
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