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I am doing problem set 10. How do you compute the distance between a point in the holdout set to its nearest cluster? I was using points in the clusters (the points in the training set), but that means the holdout error wont change if k changes. Should I use distance between holdout point and nearest centroid?
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I am doing problem set 10. How do you compute the distance between a point in the holdout set to its nearest cluster? I was using points in the clusters (the points in the training set), but that means the holdout error wont change if k changes. Should I use distance between holdout point and nearest centroid?

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