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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Daria Gordeeva
Implementation of JCA (Joint Correspondence Analysis) and MCA (Multiple Correspondence Analysis): Opportunities and Restrictions
2019
The work is devoted to the comparison of effectiveness of two technics of multiple correspondence analysis – multiple correspondence analysis on full Burt Matrix (MCA) and joint correspondence analysis (JCA). Joint correspondence analysis resolves the problem of underestimating of model’s quality due to the diagonal effect of Burt’s matrix by applying a special iterative algorithm.

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