Multiple correspondence analysis, Applied Statistics

Correspondence Analysis (CA) is a generalization of PCA to contingency tables. The factors of correspondence analysis give an orthogonal decomposi:ion of the Chi- square associated to the table. In correspondence aria!ysis, rows and columns of the table play a symmetric role and can be represznteci in tli~ sarne plot. When several nominal variables are analyzed, correspondence analysis is generalized &'Multiplc Correspondence Analysis (MCA). The ct;rrespondcnce analysis is also .known as dual or optimal scaling or reciprocal averaging.

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