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Date:         Thu, 8 Dec 2005 20:04:51 -0500
Reply-To:     Art@DrKendall.org
Sender:       "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>
Organization: Social Research Consultants
Subject:      Re: Spectral Map Analysis
In-Reply-To:  <43976139.40106@DrKendall.org>
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make that REDUCED dimensional space.

Art

Art Kendall wrote:

> I believe, but am not sure, that spectral map analysis is the same as > correspondence analysis (dual scaling). It is certainly similar in that > both spectral map analysis and correspondence analysis project variables > and cases in a deduced dimensional space. > > Every so often a procedure comes around that is the same but goes by > different names. (e.g., correspondence analysis from Europe & dual > scaling from Canada, and possibly a form of multidimensional scaling > from the US). > > If you do no get closure from the responses on this list, I suggest you > describe your data and problem on the Classification Society list. > Mention that you would to use SPSS if possible. > > http://www.classification-society.org/csna/lists.html#class-l > > Art > Art@DrKendall.org > Social Research Consultants > University Park, MD USA > (Inside the Washington, DC beltway.) > (301) 864-5570 > > Christian Bautista wrote: > >> Dear list, >> >> Is it possible to perform a spectral map analysis with SPSS? If not, >> some >> one knows a free program to do so. >> >> Many thanks, >> >> /Christian >> >> >> >> > >


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