I have unsupervised data (i.e this data doesn't have any target variable through which I can learn it's prior behaviour) it is a mix of continuous and categorical data. Now I want to classify the test data into three categories on basis of my unsupervised data.
The approach I took is to first do the clustering of unsupervised data, use this categorised data as a base data for preparing a new model that predicts on top of it.
I want know whether this approach correct or not or is there better way for classifying test set? Particular algorithm I need to follow for this?
I am doing this in R.
The approach is to modify the training set data so that this can be used to properly predict the test data. Here target variable is missing in train and test set.