Correspondence Analysis Mapping

Some of the PD data is amenable to a visual/spacial representation. The Correspondence Analysis Mapping (CAMaps) is done to show the relative positions of the working topics and the PD images within a 2D or 3D space. This can be a particularly useful way to present the base PD data as it allows for an easily understandable overview of the relationships among the topics and/or among groups of respondents. See CAMaps for an example.

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