Application of Correspondence Analysis to Graphically Investigate Associations Between Foods and Eating Locations.

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Chapman, AN; Beh, EJ; Palla, L;

This paper presents the application of correspondence analysis (CA) for investigating associations using confidence regions (CRs) with a focus on facilitating mining the data and hypothesis generation. We study the relationship between locations and "less-healthy&q... View more
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