Correspondence analysis of HLA gene frequency data from 124 population samples.

@article{Greenacre1977CorrespondenceAO,
  title={Correspondence analysis of HLA gene frequency data from 124 population samples.},
  author={Martyn Greenacre and Laurent Degos},
  journal={American journal of human genetics},
  year={1977},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={60-75}
}
Correspondence analysis, a variant of principal components analysis, is used to interpret and compare gene frequencies of the HLA system for 124 samples from different populations studied in the Fifth and Sixth International Histocompatibility Workshops. The major advantage of this analysis is that populations and HLA genes are represented simultaneously with respect to the same axes in multidimensional space. This permits the visual interpretation of genetic differences between populations… CONTINUE READING

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