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Analysis and Interpretation of Multivariate Data for Social Scientists

David J Bartholomew, J Galbraith, Irini Moustkaki, Fionay Steele
Chapman and Hall/CRC (February 2002)

This book features clear explanations, a minimum of technical detail, and a wide range of worked examples, and describes and illustrates selected methods of analysing and producing visual displays of multivariate data. The authors focus on the developments useful in the social sciences and emphasize the interpretation and understanding of analysis results. They present methods for categorical variables alongside the more familiar method for continuous variables and make accessible recent advances in latent variable modelling. A website with data sets and selected code for use with standard statistical software packages support the text.

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