Data Issues in MDS
Data is the first step in process of any statistical analysis. Since MDS has a bit different terms associated with data concepts and it can be confusing, I try to discuss the data used for MDS with terms that are more understandable or relevant to the common research setting.
KeywordDistance measures Measurement conditionality Number of ways Number of mode
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