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Hi everyone, 

I have a question about the replication analysis. In
order to carry out a replication analysis, we need to
have two datasets first. Currently I do have two
datasets but they are from different sources although
the attributes(columns) are the same and the number of
rows are similar. Since the two datasets in the
replication analyses I read about were obtained by
dividing a bigger dataset into two halves, I wonder if
I can still do replication analysis using my two
datasets for the purpose of validation (maybe after
some statistical procedures). The expectation I have
is that if the result is good, then I claim the
clusters I've found are stable. Could anyone please
give me some insightful suggestions on this? Thank you
very much in advance! 

Jessie

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