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Hypothesis Driven Clustering, Paradigm Shift or Common Sense?

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It is common, when analysing microscopy outputs, to identify structures using clustering algorithms. However, the use of such techniques carries the ever present issue of confirmation bias; it is simple to achieve the desired results via the manipulation of clustering parameters. Instead, one should look to integrate hypothesis testing within the clustering framework, combining a priori knowledge/assumptions with highly accurate imaging of the structures at hand.

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