One-Mode Three-Way Analysis Based on Result of One-Mode Two-Way Analysis
Several analysis models for proximity data have been introduced. While most of them were for one-mode two-way data, some analysis models which are able to analyze one-mode three-way data have been suggested in recent years. One-mode three-way multidimensional scaling and overlapping cluster analysis models were suggested. Furthermore, several studies were done for comparison between the results of analyses by one-mode two-way and by one-mode three-way data, where both of them are generated from the same source of data. In the present study, the authors suggest the analysis of one-mode three-way data based on one-mode two-way analysis for overlapping clusters. To evaluate the necessity of one-mode three-way analysis, firstly one-mode three-way data are reconstructed from the clusters and weights obtained by one-mode two-way overlapping cluster analysis. Secondly the reconstructed one-mode three-way data are subtracted from original one-mode three-way data. The subtracted data were analyzed by one-mode three-way overlapping cluster analysis model. The result of analysis discloses the components of proximities which can be expressed by one-mode three-way analysis but not by one-mode two-way analysis.
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