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Visualizations for Matched Pairs Models Using Modified Correspondence Analysis
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 Title & Authors
Visualizations for Matched Pairs Models Using Modified Correspondence Analysis
Lee, Chanyoon; Choi, Yong-Seok;
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 Abstract
Matched pairs are twice continuously measured data with the same categories. They can be represented as the square contingency tables. We can also consider symmetry and marginal homogeneity. Moreover, we can infer the matched pairs models; the symmetry model, the quasi-symmetry model, and the ordinal quasi-symmetry model. These inferences are involved in assumptions for special distributions. In this study, we visualize matched pairs models using modified correspondence analysis. Modified correspondence analysis can be used when square contingency tables are given; consequently, it is involved in the square and asymmetric correspondence matrix. This technique does not need assumptions for special distributions and is more helpful than the correspondence analysis to visualize matched pairs models.
 Keywords
Square contingency tables;matched pairs models;asymmetric correspondence matrix;modified correspondence analysis;
 Language
English
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