MExPosition is multi-table
ExPosition and includes the family of STATIS method, such as Plain STATIS, DISTATIS, Dual STATIS and ANISOSTATIS. The core of MExPosition is
ExPosition and the
|Depends:||R (>=2.15.0), prettyGraphs (>= 2.0.0), ExPosition (>= 2.0.0)|
Questions, comments, compliments, and complaints go to Cherise R. Chin Fatt [email protected].
The following people are contributors to MExPosition code, data, or examples:
Derek Beaton and Hervé Abdi.
Abdi, H., Valentin, D., Chollet, S., & Chrea, C. (2007). Analyzing assessors and products in sorting tasks: DISTATIS, theory and applications. Food Quality and Preference, 18, 627-640.
Abdi, H., & Valentin, D. (2005). DISTATIS: the analysis of multiple distance matrices. In N.J. Salkind (Ed.): Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics. Thousand Oaks (CA): Sage. pp. 284-290.
Abdi, H., Williams, L.J., Valentin, D., & Bennani-Dosse, M. (2012). STATIS and DISTATIS: Optimum multi-table principal component analysis and three way metric multidimensional scaling. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics, 4.
Abdi, H., & Valentin, D. (2007). STATIS. In N.J. Salkind (Ed.): Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics. Sage. pp. 955-962.
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