Gordon-Vichi Kinship82 Consensus Partition Data

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Description

The soft (“fuzzy”) consensus partitions for the Rosenberg-Kim kinship terms partition data given in Gordon and Vichi (2001).

Usage

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data("Kinship82_Consensus")

Format

A named cluster ensemble of three soft partitions of the 15 kinship terms into three classes.

Details

The elements of the ensemble are named "MF1", "MF2", and "JMF", and correspond to the consensus partitions obtained by applying models 1, 2, and 3 in Gordon and Vichi (2001) to the kinship terms partition data in Rosenberg (1982), which are available as data set Kinship82.

Source

Table 6 in Gordon and Vichi (2001).

References

A. D. Gordon and M. Vichi (2001). Fuzzy partition models for fitting a set of partitions. Psychometrika, 66, 229–248. \Sexpr[results=rd,stage=build]{tools:::Rd_expr_doi("10.1007/BF02294837")}.

S. Rosenberg (1982). The method of sorting in multivariate research with applications selected from cognitive psychology and person perception. In N. Hirschberg and L. G. Humphreys (eds.), Multivariate Applications in the Social Sciences, 117–142. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Examples

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## Load the consensus partitions.
data("Kinship82_Consensus")
## Fuzziness using the Partition Coefficient.
cl_fuzziness(Kinship82_Consensus)
## (Corresponds to 1 - F in the source.)
## Dissimilarities:
cl_dissimilarity(Kinship82_Consensus)
cl_dissimilarity(Kinship82_Consensus, method = "comem")

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