Correspondence Analysis
A medical application of correspondence analysis . 

Table of contents
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1. Introduction
5. What you Find in the Output and How to Use it
6. Graphical Representations and Interpretation
8. Bibliography 
This paper was first published at Ramses Abul Naga's Advanced Econometrics Workshop at the HEC in Lausanne in 1996. The same year, I recycled it for Francois Bavaud Multivariate Statistics course at the SSP in the University of Lausanne. The introduction was written with an alleconomists audience in mind, but this does not reduce the generality of the text neither its usefulness for other classes of readers. FrançoisXavier Micheloud, Pully, November 1997 