I need to initialize centroid of K-Means using Euclidan distance. Is it possible? If so how the algorithm should be? I have been stuck for a while and couldn't figure it out.
Thanks for your time.
You dont initialize k-means using Euclidean distance. There are a range of initialization methods.
The most intuitive is selecting random instances from your data and initializing there. That way each cluster in your first assignment step has at least one instance. The assignment step is where you apply a distance measure, like euclidean distance.