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Table 1 Sampling frame dimensions obtained by CAPTCA and optimal scaling and participants that represented each dimension

From: Resilience amongst Older Colombians Living in Poverty: an Ecological Approach

Dimension Dimension description Participants
1 Explained 14.3 % of variability. Two profiles were identified, i. characterised by marital status, living with someone, male, age 60–69 years. ii. widow, women, SISBEN 3. Mr. 5
Mrs. 7
Mr. 14
2 Explained 13.6 % of variability Two profiles were identified, i. people that do not work, women, do not have an active relationship with children. ii. work, active relationship with children, men. Mrs. 15
Mr. 3
Mr. 4
3 Explained 10.6 % of variability. Two profiles were identified i. head of household, men, highly vulnerable (level of SISBEN 0 or 1). ii. SISBEN 2, partnered. Mr. 3
Mr. 8
4 Explained 9.4 % of variability. Disability and suspected to be a victim of domestic violence Mrs. 1
Mrs. 2
5 Explained 9.3 % of variability. Receives monthly allowance and highly vulnerable (level of SISBEN 0 or 1) Mr. 8
Mrs. 9.
6 Explained 9 % of variability. Receives economic support (different from the allowance), pensioned, waiting list Mrs. 6
Mrs. 13
7 Explained 8.9 of variability. Receives economic support (different from the allowance) Mr. 10
Mr. 11
Mrs. 16
  1. Altamar (2006) stopped the analysis in dimension eight because the variables that explained the variance were the same as dimension four. The table was adapted from Altamar (2006) and Reyes et al. (2014)