Individual Differences Scaling of provenance data

Description

Performs 3-way Multidimensional Scaling analysis using Carroll and Chang (1970)'s INdividual Differences SCALing method as implemented using De Leeuw and Mair (2011)'s stress majorization algorithm.

Usage

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indscal(..., type = "ordinal")

Arguments

...

a sequence of datasets of class distributional or compositional

type

is either "ratio" or "ordinal"

Value

an object of class INDSCAL, i.e. a list containing the following items:

delta: Observed dissimilarities

obsdiss: List of observed dissimilarities, normalized

confdiss: List of configuration dissimilarities

conf: List of matrices of final configurations

gspace: Joint configurations aka group stimulus space

cweights: Configuration weights

stress: Stress-1 value

spp: Stress per point

sps: Stress per subject (matrix)

ndim: Number of dimensions

model: Type of smacof model

niter: Number of iterations

nobj: Number of objects

Author(s)

Jan de Leeuw and Patrick Mair

References

de Leeuw, J., & Mair, P. (2009). Multidimensional scaling using majorization: The R package smacof. Journal of Statistical Software, 31(3), 1-30, < http://www.jstatsoft.org/v31/i03/>

Examples

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