MDS Analysis Using Basic MDS Model
Use of basic MDS model is explained. Examples are provided. How the basic model is estimated is discussed, although readers can skip this part. Interpretation of results from basic MDS analysis is further explained, including decision on number of dimensionality.
KeywordData structure Estimation Dimensionality Interpretation
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