Interactive Correspondence Analysis in a Dynamic Object-Oriented Environment - eScholarship

@inproceedings{Bond1997InteractiveCA,
  title={Interactive Correspondence Analysis in a Dynamic Object-Oriented Environment - eScholarship},
  author={Jason E. Bond and George Michailides},
  year={1997}
}
A highly interactive, user-friendly object-oriented software package written in LispStat is introduced that performs simple and multiple correspondence analysis, and profile analysis. These three techniques are integrated into a single environment driven by a user-friendly graphical interface that takes advantage of Lisp-Stat's advanced graphical capabilities. Techniques that assess the stability of the solution are also introduced. Some of the features of the package include colored graphics… CONTINUE READING

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