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How To Uninstall cluster3 on jollyroger

To uninstall cluster3 just follow these instructions.

Uninstall just cluster3

Reimplementation of the Eisen-clustering software routines that can be used to analyze gene expression data. Routines for hierarchical (pairwise simple, complete, average, and centroid linkage) clustering, k-means and k-medians clustering, and 2D self-organizing maps are included. The routines are available in the form of a C clustering library, an extension module to Python, a module to Perl, as well as an enhanced version of Cluster, which was originally developed by Michael Eisen of Berkeley Lab. The C clustering library and the associated extension module for Python was released under the Python license. The Perl module was released under the Artistic License. Cluster 3.0 is covered by the original Cluster/TreeView license. Parrot 3.7 non-free/science 1.52a-1

sudo apt-get remove cluster3

Which will remove just the cluster3 package itself.

Uninstall cluster3 and its dependencies

sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove cluster3

This will remove the cluster3 package and any other dependant packages which are no longer needed.

Purging your config/data too

If you also want to delete your local/config files for cluster3 then this will work.

  Caution!   Purged config/data can not be restored by reinstalling the package.
sudo apt-get purge cluster3  

Or similarly, like this cluster3

sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove cluster3  

Package Data

Packagecluster3
Version1.52a-1
MaintainerDebian Med Packaging Team
DescriptionReimplementation of the Eisen-clustering software routines that can be used to analyze gene expression data. Routines for hierarchical (pairwise simple, complete, average, and centroid linkage) clustering, k-means and k-medians clustering, and 2D self-organizing maps are included. The routines are available in the form of a C clustering library, an extension module to Python, a module to Perl, as well as an enhanced version of Cluster, which was originally developed by Michael Eisen of Berkeley Lab. The C clustering library and the associated extension module for Python was released under the Python license. The Perl module was released under the Artistic License. Cluster 3.0 is covered by the original Cluster/TreeView license.
Distroparrot
Releasejollyroger
Reponon-free
Sectionnon-free/science

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