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What is a correct preposition after "clusterize"? The sentence context is:

We have clusterize data in/into/on/... several groups

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    Clusterize is not a very common word, so it's difficult to say. Is this a sentence you found somewhere, or is it one that you're writing? Is there a reason you want to say clusterize and not just cluster? – stangdon May 14 '18 at 14:40
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We have to cluster data into several groups.

into is often used when the composition of things changes. See into:

  1. preposition
    If something changes into something else, it then has a new form, shape, or nature.

Regarding clusterize, see cluster.

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