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Published on Apr 16, 2012
After introducing the "famous" smoking data set, Michael Greenacre gives a one-minute explanation of the basic geometry of correspondence analysis. This very short course formed a 5% part of his 20-minute keynote address "Dynamic Perceptual Mapping" at the 2009 conference of the Australian Market and Social Research Society in Sydney.