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作者:Raquel M. Lana , Thais I. S. Riback , Tiago F. M. Lima ...
来源:[J].Malaria Journal(IF 3.4), 2017, Vol.16 (1)Springer
摘要:In the process of geographical retraction of malaria, some important endemicity pockets remain. Here, we report results from a study developed to obtain detailed community data from an important malaria hotspot in Latin America (Alto Juruá, Acre, Brazil), to investigate the ...
作者:Jan de Leeuw , Patrick Mair
来源:[J].Journal of Statistical Software(IF 4.91), 2009, Vol.31 (05)DOAJ
摘要:This paper presents the R package anacor for the computation of simple and canonical correspondence analysis with missing values. The canonical correspondence analysis is specified in a rather general way by imposing covariates on the rows and/or the columns of the two-dimensi...
作者:WANG, C. , ZHANG, Y.
来源:[J].Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering(IF 0.552), 2015, Vol.15 (1), pp.11-16DOAJ
摘要:... The analysis and control of power system mostly depends on the measurement of state variables, andWAMS provides the basis for dynamic monitoring of power system by these measurements, which can also satisfy thedemands of observable, controllable, real-time analysis and decisi...
作者:Eduardo Flores-Alvarez , Coral Durand-Muñoz , Filiberto Cortes-Hernandez ...
来源:[J].Neurology India(IF 1.044), 2019, Vol.67 (4), pp.1074-1081Wolters Kluwer
摘要:... Kaplan-Meier method and correspondence analysis evaluated the association between OS (grouped in 7 six-month intervals) and FA measurements.Results: Median FA values were higher in healthy brain regions (0.351), followed by peritumoral edema (0.190), enhancing ring (0.116...
作者:M. Greenacre
来源:[J].Gaceta Sanitaria(IF 1.116), 2002, Vol.16 (2), pp.160-170Elsevier
摘要:Summary(#br)This report gives a comprehensive explanation of the multivariate technique called correspondence analysis, applied in the context of a large survey of a nation's state of health, in this case the Spanish National Health Survey. It is first shown how correspondence analysis...
作者:Greenacre M.
来源:[J].Gaceta Sanitaria(IF 1.116), 2002, Vol.16 (2), pp.160DOAJ
摘要:This report gives a comprehensive explanation of the multivariate technique called correspondence analysis, applied in the context of a large survey of a nation's state of health, in this case the Spanish National Health Survey. It is first shown how correspondence analysis can b...
作者:Ersin Öğüş , Ayşe Canan Yazıcı
来源:[J].Balkan Medical Journal(IF 0.076), 2011, Vol.28 (02), pp.143-147DOAJ
摘要:Objective: The aim of the study was to examine log-linear analysis and correspondence analysis by an application with regard to advantages and disadvantages of the two methods.Material and Method: In this study, we used an artificial data set, which is expanded without changing i...
作者:Greenacre M.
来源:[J].Gaceta Sanitaria(IF 1.116), 2002, Vol.16 (2), pp.160-170DOAJ
摘要:This report gives a comprehensive explanation of the multivariate technique called correspondence analysis, applied in the context of a large survey of a nation's state of health, in this case the Spanish National Health Survey. It is first shown how correspondence analysis can b...
作者:M. Greenacre
来源:[J].Gaceta Sanitaria(IF 1.116), 2002, Vol.16 (2), pp.160-170DOAJ
摘要:This report gives a comprehensive explanation of the multivariate technique called correspondence analysis, applied in the context of a large survey of a nation's state of health, in this case the Spanish National Health Survey. It is first shown how correspondence analysis can ...
作者:Urbano Lorenzo-Seva Rovira , Michel van de Velden , Henk A. L. Kiers
来源:[J].Journal of Statistical Software(IF 4.91), 2009, Vol.31 (08)DOAJ
摘要:Correspondence analysis (CA) is a popular method that can be used to analyse relationships between categorical variables. Like principal component analysis, CA solutions can be rotated both orthogonally and obliquely to simple structure without affecting the total amount of expla...

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