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Statistics - Computational Statistics | Applied Multidimensional Scaling

Applied Multidimensional Scaling

Borg, Ingwer, Groenen, Patrick JF, Mair, Patrick

2013, IX, 113 p. 59 illus.

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  • ​This book is a brief introduction to applied Multidimensional Scaling (MDS) Comprehensively written for MDS users  
  • Chooses a particular perspective, stressing the issues that always come up when MDS is used in substantive research  
  • Presenting answers that are particularly relevant for the substantive researcher
This book introduces MDS as a psychological model and as a data analysis technique for the applied researcher. It also discusses, in detail, how to use two MDS programs, Proxscal (a module of SPSS) and Smacof (an R-package). The book is unique in its orientation on the applied researcher, whose primary interest is in using MDS as a tool to build substantive theories. This is done by emphasizing practical issues (such as evaluating model fit), by presenting ways to enforce theoretical expectations on the MDS solution, and by discussing typical mistakes that MDS users tend to make.  The primary audience of this book are psychologists, social scientists, and market researchers. No particular background knowledge is required, beyond a basic knowledge of statistics.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Data analysis - MDS - Multidimensional scaling - R package Smacof

Related subjects » Computational Science & Engineering - Computational Statistics - Psychology, general - Social Sciences & Law

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