CorAnaplot

CorAnaplot draws the Correspondence Analysis (CA) graphs with confidence ellipses.

Syntax

Description

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CorAnaplot(out) CorAnaplot with all the default options.

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CorAnaplot(out, Name, Value) CorAnaplot with personalized symbols.

Examples

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  • CorAnaplot with all the default options.
  •     N=[51	64	32	29	17	59	66	70;
            53	90	78	75	22	115	117	86;
            71	111	50	40	11	79	88	177;
            1	7	5	5	4	9	8	5;
            7	11	4	3	2	2	17	18;
            7	13	12	11	11	18	19	17;
            21	37	14	26	9	14	34	61;
            12	35	19	6	7	21	30	28;
            10	7	7	3	1	8	12	8;
            4	7	7	6	2	7	6	13;
            8	22	7	10	5	10	27	17;
            25	45	38	38	13	48	59	52;
            18	27	20	19	9	13	29	53;
            35	61	29	14	12	30	63	58;
            2	4	3	1	4	nan  nan	nan	  ;
            2	8	2	5	2	nan  nan	nan;
            1	5	4	6	3	nan  nan	nan;
            3	3	1	3	4	nan  nan	nan];
        % rowslab = cell containing row labels
        rowslab={'money','future','unemployment','circumstances',...
            'hard','economic','egoism','employment','finances',...
            'war','housing','fear','health','work','comfort','disagreement',...
            'world','to_live'};
        % colslab = cell containing column labels
        colslab={'unqualified','cep','bepc','high_school_diploma','university',...
            'thirty','fifty','more_fifty'};
        if verLessThan('matlab','8.2.0')==0
            tableN=array2table(N,'VariableNames',colslab,'RowNames',rowslab);
            % Extract just active rows
            Nactive=tableN(1:14,1:5);
            Nsupr=tableN(15:18,1:5);
            Nsupc=tableN(1:14,6:8);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=Nsupr;
            Sup.c=Nsupc;
            % Compute Correspondence analysis
        else
            Nactive=N(1:14,1:5);
            Lr=rowslab(1:14);
            Lc=colslab(1:5);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=N(15:end,1:5);
            Sup.Lr=rowslab(15:end);
            Sup.c=N(1:14,6:8);
            Sup.Lc=colslab(6:8);
            
            out=CorAna(Nactive,'Sup',Sup,'plots',0,'dispresults',false);
            % Rows and columns are showN in principal coordinates
            CorAnaplot(out)
        end
    

  • CorAnaplot with personalized symbols.
  •     close all
        % Six-pointed star (hesagram) for supplementary rows
        SymbolRows='h';
        % Five-pointed star (pentagram) for supplementary rows
        SymbolRowsSup='p';
        % Color for active rows
        ColorRows='b';
        % Color for supplementary rows (dark blue)
        ColorRowsSup=[6 13 123]/255;
        % Blue fill color for active rows
        MarkerFaceColorRows='b';
    
        % Right-pointing triangle for active columns
        Symbolcols='^';
        % Six-pointed star (hexagram) for supplementary columns
        SymbolcolsSup='h';
        % Color for active columns
        ColorCols='r';
        % Red fill color for active rows
        MarkerFaceColorCols='r';
    
        % Color for supplementary columns (dark red)
        ColorColsSup=[128 0 0]/255;
        plots=struct;
        plots.SymbolRows=SymbolRows;
        plots.SymbolRowsSup=SymbolRowsSup;
        plots.ColorRows=ColorRows;
        plots.ColorRowsSup=ColorRowsSup;
        plots.MarkerFaceColorRows=MarkerFaceColorRows;
    
        plots.SymbolCols=Symbolcols;
        plots.SymbolColsSup=SymbolcolsSup;
        plots.ColorCols=ColorCols;
        plots.ColorColsSup=ColorColsSup;
        plots.MarkerFaceColorCols=MarkerFaceColorCols;
    
        % change the sign of the second dimension
        changedimsign=[false true];
        CorAnaplot(out,'plots',plots,'changedimsign',changedimsign)
    

    Related Examples

  • CorAnaplot with personalized displacement.
  •     close all
        % No horizontal displacement for the labels.
        addx=0;
        CorAnaplot(out,'addx',addx)
    

  • Correpondence analysis plot with selected ellipses.
  •     N=[51	64	32	29	17	59	66	70;
            53	90	78	75	22	115	117	86;
            71	111	50	40	11	79	88	177;
            1	7	5	5	4	9	8	5;
            7	11	4	3	2	2	17	18;
            7	13	12	11	11	18	19	17;
            21	37	14	26	9	14	34	61;
            12	35	19	6	7	21	30	28;
            10	7	7	3	1	8	12	8;
            4	7	7	6	2	7	6	13;
            8	22	7	10	5	10	27	17;
            25	45	38	38	13	48	59	52;
            18	27	20	19	9	13	29	53;
            35	61	29	14	12	30	63	58;
            2	4	3	1	4	nan  nan	nan	  ;
            2	8	2	5	2	nan  nan	nan;
            1	5	4	6	3	nan  nan	nan;
            3	3	1	3	4	nan  nan	nan];
        % rowslab = cell containing row labels
        rowslab={'money','future','unemployment','circumstances',...
            'hard','economic','egoism','employment','finances',...
            'war','housing','fear','health','work','comfort','disagreement',...
            'world','to_live'};
        % colslab = cell containing column labels
        colslab={'unqualified','cep','bepc','high_school_diploma','university',...
            'thirty','fifty','more_fifty'};
        if verLessThan('matlab','8.2.0')==0
            tableN=array2table(N,'VariableNames',colslab,'RowNames',rowslab);
            % Extract just active rows
            Nactive=tableN(1:14,1:5);
            Nsupr=tableN(15:18,1:5);
            Nsupc=tableN(1:14,6:8);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=Nsupr;
            Sup.c=Nsupc;
        else
            Nactive=N(1:14,1:5);
            Lr=rowslab(1:14);
            Lc=colslab(1:5);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=N(15:end,1:5);
            Sup.Lr=rowslab(15:end);
            Sup.c=N(1:14,6:8);
            Sup.Lc=colslab(6:8);
        end
    
        % Superimpose confidence ellipses for rows 2 and 4 and for column 3
        confellipse=struct;
        confellipse.selRows=[2 4];
        % Ellipse for column 3 using an interger
        confellipse.selCols=3;
        % Ellipse for column 3 using a Boolean vector
        confellipse.selCols=[ false false true false false];
        % confellipse.selcols={'c3'};
        % Use the 3 methods below in order to compute the confidence ellipses for
        % the selected rows and columns of the input contingency table
        confellipse.method={'multinomial' 'bootRows' 'bootCols'};
        % Set number of simulations
        confellipse.nsimul=500;
        % Set confidence interval
        confellipse.conflev=0.50;
        out=CorAna(Nactive,'Sup',Sup,'plots',0,'dispresults',false);
    
        % Draw correspondence analysis plot with requested confidence ellipses
        CorAnaplot(out,'plots',1,'confellipse',confellipse)
    

  • Correpondence analysis plot with ellipses only on column points.
  •     N=[51	64	32	29	17	59	66	70;
            53	90	78	75	22	115	117	86;
            71	111	50	40	11	79	88	177;
            1	7	5	5	4	9	8	5;
            7	11	4	3	2	2	17	18;
            7	13	12	11	11	18	19	17;
            21	37	14	26	9	14	34	61;
            12	35	19	6	7	21	30	28;
            10	7	7	3	1	8	12	8;
            4	7	7	6	2	7	6	13;
            8	22	7	10	5	10	27	17;
            25	45	38	38	13	48	59	52;
            18	27	20	19	9	13	29	53;
            35	61	29	14	12	30	63	58;
            2	4	3	1	4	nan  nan	nan	  ;
            2	8	2	5	2	nan  nan	nan;
            1	5	4	6	3	nan  nan	nan;
            3	3	1	3	4	nan  nan	nan];
        % rowslab = cell containing row labels
        rowslab={'money','future','unemployment','circumstances',...
            'hard','economic','egoism','employment','finances',...
            'war','housing','fear','health','work','comfort','disagreement',...
            'world','to_live'};
        % colslab = cell containing column labels
        colslab={'unqualified','cep','bepc','high_school_diploma','university',...
            'thirty','fifty','more_fifty'};
        if verLessThan('matlab','8.2.0')==0
            tableN=array2table(N,'VariableNames',colslab,'RowNames',rowslab);
            % Extract just active rows
            Nactive=tableN(1:14,1:5);
            Nsupr=tableN(15:18,1:5);
            Nsupc=tableN(1:14,6:8);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=Nsupr;
            Sup.c=Nsupc;
        else
            Nactive=N(1:14,1:5);
            Lr=rowslab(1:14);
            Lc=colslab(1:5);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=N(15:end,1:5);
            Sup.Lr=rowslab(15:end);
            Sup.c=N(1:14,6:8);
            Sup.Lc=colslab(6:8);
        end
        % Superimpose confidence ellipses 
        confellipse=struct;
        % No confdence ellipse for row points
        confellipse.selRows=[];
        % Ellipse for all the column points using a Boolean vector
        confellipse.selCols=[ true true true true true];
    
        % Compare methods 'multinomial' and 'bootCols'
        confellipse.method={'multinomial' 'bootCols'};
        % Set number of simulations
        confellipse.nsimul=10000;
        % Set confidence interval
        confellipse.conflev=0.90;
        out=CorAna(Nactive,'Sup',Sup,'plots',0,'dispresults',false);
    
        % Draw correspondence analysis plot with requested confidence ellipses
        CorAnaplot(out,'plots',1,'confellipse',confellipse)
    

  • Correpondence analysis plot using latent dimensions 3 and 4.
  •     N=[51	64	32	29	17	59	66	70;
            53	90	78	75	22	115	117	86;
            71	111	50	40	11	79	88	177;
            1	7	5	5	4	9	8	5;
            7	11	4	3	2	2	17	18;
            7	13	12	11	11	18	19	17;
            21	37	14	26	9	14	34	61;
            12	35	19	6	7	21	30	28;
            10	7	7	3	1	8	12	8;
            4	7	7	6	2	7	6	13;
            8	22	7	10	5	10	27	17;
            25	45	38	38	13	48	59	52;
            18	27	20	19	9	13	29	53;
            35	61	29	14	12	30	63	58;
            2	4	3	1	4	nan  nan	nan	  ;
            2	8	2	5	2	nan  nan	nan;
            1	5	4	6	3	nan  nan	nan;
            3	3	1	3	4	nan  nan	nan];
        % rowslab = cell containing row labels
        rowslab={'money','future','unemployment','circumstances',...
            'hard','economic','egoism','employment','finances',...
            'war','housing','fear','health','work','comfort','disagreement',...
            'world','to_live'};
        % colslab = cell containing column labels
        colslab={'unqualified','cep','bepc','high_school_diploma','university',...
            'thirty','fifty','more_fifty'};
        if verLessThan('matlab','8.2.0')==0
            tableN=array2table(N,'VariableNames',colslab,'RowNames',rowslab);
            % Extract just active rows
            Nactive=tableN(1:14,1:5);
            Nsupr=tableN(15:18,1:5);
            Nsupc=tableN(1:14,6:8);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=Nsupr;
            Sup.c=Nsupc;
        else
            Nactive=N(1:14,1:5);
            Lr=rowslab(1:14);
            Lc=colslab(1:5);
            Sup=struct;
            Sup.r=N(15:end,1:5);
            Sup.Lr=rowslab(15:end);
            Sup.c=N(1:14,6:8);
            Sup.Lc=colslab(6:8);
        end
        % Superimpose ellipses 
        confellipse=struct;
        % Ellipse for the first 3 row points
        confellipse.selRows=1:3;
        % Ellipse for selected column points using a Boolean vector
        confellipse.selCols=[ false false true true false];
    
        % Compare methods 'multinomial' and 'bootCols'
        confellipse.method={'multinomial' 'bootCols'};
        % Set number of simulations
        confellipse.nsimul=10000;
        % Set confidence interval
        confellipse.conflev=0.90;
        d1=3;
        d2=4;
        out=CorAna(Nactive,'Sup',Sup,'plots',0,'dispresults',false,'d1',d1,'d2',d2);
    
        % Draw correspondence analysis plot with requested confidence ellipses
        CorAnaplot(out,'plots',1,'confellipse',confellipse,'d1',d1,'d2',d2)
    

  • Correpondence analysis of the smoke data.
  • In this example we compare the results which are obtained using option plots.alpha='colprincipal'; (which implicitly implies alpha=0) with those which come out imposing directly plots.alpha=0.

        load smoke
        X=smoke.data;
        [N,~,~,labels]=crosstab(X(:,1),X(:,2));
        [I,J]=size(N);
        labels_rows=labels(1:I,1);
        labels_columns=labels(1:J,2);
    
        out=CorAna(N,'Lr',labels_rows,'Lc',labels_columns,'plots',0,'dispresults',false);
        plots=struct;
        plots.alpha='rowgab';
        plots.alpha='colgab';
        plots.alpha='rowgreen';
        plots.alpha='colgreen';
        % Add confidence ellipses
        confellipse=1;
        plots.alpha='bothprincipal';
        plots.alpha='rowprincipal';
        plots.alpha='colprincipal';
        h1=subplot(1,2,1);
        CorAnaplot(out,'plots',plots,'confellipse',confellipse,'h',h1)
        h2=subplot(1,2,2);
        plots.alpha=0;
        CorAnaplot(out,'plots',plots,'confellipse',confellipse,'h',h2);
    

    Input Arguments

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    out — Structure containing the output of function CorAna. Structure.

    Structure containing the following fields.

    Value Description
    Lr

    cell of length $I$ containing the labels of active rows (i.e. the rows which participated to the fit).

    Lc

    cell of length $J$ containing the labels of active columns (i.e. the columns which participated to the fit).

    n

    Grand total. out.n is equal to sum(sum(out.N)).

    This is the number of observations.

    Dr

    Square matrix of size $I$ containing on the diagonal the row masses. This is matrix $D_r$.

    \[ D_r=diag(r) \]

    Dc

    Square matrix of size $J$ containing on the diagonal the column masses. This is matrix $D_c$.

    \[ D_c=diag(c) \]

    InertiaExplained

    matrix with 4 columnn.

    - First column contains the singular values (the sum of the squared singular values is the total inertia).

    - Second column contains the eigenvalues (the sum of the eigenvalues is the total inertia).

    - Third column contains the variance explained by each latent dimension.

    - Fourth column contains the cumulative variance explained by each dimension.

    LrSup

    cell containing the labels of the supplementary rows (i.e. the rows whicg did not participate to the fit).

    LcSup

    cell containing the labels of supplementary columns (i.e. the columns which did not participate to the fit).

    SupRowsN

    matrix of size length(LrSup)-by-c referred to supplementary rows. If there are no supplementary rows this field is not present.

    SupColsN

    matlab of size r-by-length(LcSup) referred to supplementary columns.

    If there are no supplementary columns this field is not present.

    RowsPriSup

    Principal coordinates of supplementary rows.

    If there are no supplementary rows this field is not present.

    RowsStaSup

    Standard coordinates of supplementary rows.

    If there are no supplementary rows this field is not present.

    RowsSymSup

    Symmetrical coordinates of supplementary rows.

    If there are no supplementary rows this field is not present.

    ColsPriSup

    Principal coordinates of supplementary columns.

    If there are no supplementary columns this field is not present.

    ColsStaSup

    Standard coordinates of of supplementary columns.

    If there are no supplementary columns this field is not present.

    ColsSymSup

    Symmetrical coordinates of supplementary columns.

    If there are no supplementary columns this field is not present.

    Data Types: struct

    Name-Value Pair Arguments

    Specify optional comma-separated pairs of Name,Value arguments. Name is the argument name and Value is the corresponding value. Name must appear inside single quotes (' '). You can specify several name and value pair arguments in any order as Name1,Value1,...,NameN,ValueN.

    Example: 'plots',plots=struct; plots.colorcols='k' , 'addx',0.01 , 'changedimsign', [true false] , 'confellipse', 0 , 'xlimx',[-1 1] , 'ylimy',[0 1] , 'd1',2 , 'd2',3 ,'h',h1 where h1=subplot(2,1,1)

    plots —Customize plot appearance.scalar | structure.

    If plots is not a structure, a plot which shows the Principal coordinates of rows and columns is shown on the screen. If plots is a structure it may contain the following fields:

    Value Description
    alpha

    type of plot, scalar in the interval [0 1] or a string identifying the type of coordinates to use in the plot.

    If $plots.alpha='rowprincipal'$ the row points are in principal coordinates and the column coordinates are standard coordinates. Distances between row points are (approximated) chi-squared distances (row-metric-preserving). The position of the row points are at the weighted average of the column points.

    Note that 'rowprincipal' can also be specified setting plots.alpha=1.

    If $plots.alpha='colprincipal'$, the column coordinates are referred to as principal coordinates and the row coordinates as standard coordinates.

    Distances between column points are (approximated) chi-squared distances (column-metric-preserving). The position of the column points are at the weighted average of the row points.

    Note that 'colwprincipal' can also be specified setting plots.alpha=0.

    If $plots.alpha='symbiplot'$, the row and column coordinates are scaled similarly. The sum of weighted squared coordinates for each dimension is equal to the corresponding singular values. These coordinates are often called symmetrical coordinates. This representation is particularly useful if one is primarily interested in the relationships between categories of row and column variables rather than in the distances among rows or among columns. 'symbiplot' can also be specified setting plots.alpha=0.5;

    If $plots.alpha='bothprincipal'$, both the rows and columns are depicted in principal coordinates. Such a plot is often referred to as a symmetrical plot or French symemtrical model. Note that such a symmetrical plot does not provide a feasible solution in the sense that it does not approximate matrix $D_r^{-0.5}(P-rc')D_c^{-0.5}$.

    If $plots.alpha='rowgab'$, rows are in principal coordinates and columns are in standard coordinates multiplied by the mass. This biplot has been suggested by Gabriel and Odoroff (1990).

    If $plots.alpha='colgab'$, columns are in principal coordinates and rows are in standard coordinates multiplied by the mass. This biplot has been suggested by Gabriel and Odoroff (1990).

    If $plots.alpha='rowgreen'$, rows are in principal coordinates and columns are in standard coordinates multiplied by square root of the mass.

    This biplot has been suggested by Greenacre and incorporates the contribution of points. In this display, points that contribute very little to the solution, are close to the center of the biplot and are relatively unimportant to the interpretation. This biplot is often referred as contribution biplot because it visually shows the most contributing points (Greenacre 2006b).

    If $plots.alpha='colgreen'$, columns in principal coordinates and rows in standard coordinates multiplied by the square root of the mass.

    This biplot has been suggested by Greenacre and incorporates the contribution of points. In this display, points that contribute very little to the solution, are close to the center of the biplot and are relatively unimportant to the interpretation. This biplot is often referred as contribution biplot because it shows visually the most contributing points (Greenacre 2006b).

    If $plots.alpha=scalar$ in the interval [0 1], row coordinates are given by $D_r^{-1/2} U \Gamma^\alpha$ and column coordinates are given by $D_c^{-1/2} V \Gamma^{1-\alpha}$. Note that for any choice of $\alpha$ the matrix product $ D_r^{-1/2} U \Gamma^\alpha (D_c^{-1/2} V \Gamma^{1-\alpha})^T$ optimally approximates matrix $D_r^{-0.5}(P-rc')D_c^{-0.5}$, in the sense that the sum of squared differences between $D_r^{1/2} D_r^{-1/2} U \Gamma^\alpha (D_c^{-1/2} V \Gamma^{1-\alpha})^T D_c^{1/2}$ and $D_r^{-0.5}(P-rc')D_c^{-0.5}$ is as small as possible.

    FontSize

    scalar which specifies the font size of row (column) labels. The default value is 10.

    MarkerSize

    scalar which specifies the marker size of symbols associated with rows or columns. The default value is 10.

    SymbolRows

    character which specifies the symbol to use for row points. If this field is not present the default symbols is 'o'.

    SymbolCols

    character which specifies the symbol to use for column points. If this field is not present the default symbols is '^'.

    SymbolRowsSup

    character which specifies the symbol to use for supplementary row points. If this field is not present the default symbols is 'o'.

    SymbolColsSup

    character which specifies the symbol to use for supplementary column points. If this field is not present the default symbols is '^'.

    ColorRows

    character which specifies the symbol to use for row points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'b'.

    ColorCols

    character which specifies the symbol to use for column points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'r'.

    ColorRowsSup

    character which specifies the symbol to use for row points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'b'.

    ColorColsSup

    character which specifies the symbol to use for supplementary column points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'r'.

    MarkerFaceColorRows

    character which specifies the marker fill color to use for active row points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'auto'.

    MarkerFaceColorCols

    character which specifies the marker fill color to use for active column points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'auto'.

    MarkerFaceColorRowsSup

    character which specifies the marker fill color to use for supplementary row points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'auto'.

    MarkerFaceColorColsSup

    character which specifies the marker fill color to use for supplementary column points or RGB triplet. If this field is not present the default color is 'auto'.

    Example: 'plots',plots=struct; plots.colorcols='k'

    Data Types: double

    addx —horizontal displacement for labels.scalar.

    Amount of horizontal displacement which has been put on the labels in the plot. The defalut value of addx is 0.04.

    Example: 'addx',0.01

    Data Types: double

    changedimsign —change chosen dimension sign.boolean vector of length 2.

    Sometimes for better interpretability it is necessary to change the sign of the coordinates for the chosen dimension. If changedimsign(1) is true the sign of the coordinates for first chosen dimension is changed. If changedimsign(2) is true the sign of the coordinates for first chosen dimension is changed. As default the dimensions are the first and the second however, they can be changed using option plots.dim. The defaul value of changedimsign is [false false] that is the sign is not changed.

    Example: 'changedimsign', [true false]

    Data Types: boolean

    confellipse —confidence ellipses around rows and/or columns points.scalar | struct.

    If confellipse is 1, 90 per cent confidence ellipses are drawn around each row and column point based on multinomial method.

    If confellipse is a struct it may contain the followgin fields.

    confellipse.conflev= number in the interval (0 1) which defines the confidence level of each ellipse.

    confellipse.method= cell which specifies the method(s) to use to compute confidence ellipses. Possible values are:

    {'multinomial'} = in this case the original contigencey table with the active elements is taken as a reference.

    Then new data tables are drawn in the following way:

    $r\times c$ values are drawn from a multinomial distribution with theoretical frequencies equals to $n_{ij}/n$.

    {'bootrows'} = the values are bootstrapped row by row:

    Given row i, $n_{i.}$ are extracted with repetition and a frequencey distribution is computed using classes $[0, n_{i1}]$,$[n_{i1}, n_{i1}+n_{i2}]$, $\ldots$ $[\sum_{j=1}^{J-1} n_{ij}, \sum_{j=1}^{J} n_{ij}$.

    {'bootcols'} = the values are bootstrapped column by column. If confellipse.method for example is {'bootrows' 'bootcols'} two ellipses are drawn to each point. In this case it is possible to appreciate the stability of both methods.

    confellipse.nsimul=scalar which defines the number of contingency tables which have to ge generated. The default value of confellipse.nsimul is 1000. Thus nsimul new contingency tables are projected as supplementary rows and/or supplementary columns.

    confellipse.selrows= vector which specifies for which row points it is necessary to draw the ellipses.

    confellipse.selRows either a boolean vector of length I containing a true in correspondence of the row elements for which the ellipse has to be drawn or a numeric vector which contains the indexes of the units which have to be drawn or a cell arrary containing the names of the rows for which the ellipse has to be drawn.

    For example if I=3 and the second row is called 'row2' in order to show just the confidence ellipse for this row it is possible to use confellipse.selRows=[false true false], or confellipse.selRows=2 or confellipse.selRows={'row2'}.

    confellipse.selCols= vector which specifies for which column points it is necessary to draw the ellipses.

    confellipse.selCols can be either a boolean vector of length J containing a true in correspondence of the column elements for which the ellipse has to be drawn or a numeric vector which contains the indexes of the columns which have to be drawn or a cell arrary containing the names of the columns for which the ellipse has to be drawn. For example if J=3 and one the third column is called 'Col3' in order to show just the confidence ellipse for this element it is possible to use confellipse.selCols=[false false true], or confellipse.selCols=3 or confellipse.selCols={'Col3'}.

    confellipse.AxesEllipse = boolean which specifies whether it is necessary to show the major axes of the ellipse.

    The default value of confellipse.AxesEllipse is true that is the axes are shown.

    Example: 'confellipse', 0

    Data Types: scalar or struct

    xlimx —Min and Max of the x axis.vector.

    Vector with two elements controlling minimum and maximum of the x axis.

    Example: 'xlimx',[-1 1]

    Data Types: double

    ylimy —Min and Max of the y axis.vector.

    Vector with two elements controlling minimum and maximum of the y axis.

    Example: 'ylimy',[0 1]

    Data Types: double

    d1 —Dimension to show on the horizontal axis.positive integer.

    Positive integer in the range 1, 2, .., K which indicates the dimension to show on the x axis. The default value of d1 is 1.

    Example: 'd1',2

    Data Types: single | double

    d2 —Dimension to show on the vertical axis.positive integer.

    Positive integer in the range 1, 2, .., K which indicates the dimension to show on the y axis. The default value of d2 is 2.

    Example: 'd2',3

    Data Types: single | double

    h —the axis handle of a figure where to send the CorAnaplot.this can be used to host the CorAnaplot in a subplot of a complex figure formed by different panels (for example a panel with CorAnaplot from plots.

    alpha=0.2 and another with CorAnaplot from plots.alpha=0.5).

    Example: 'h',h1 where h1=subplot(2,1,1)

    Data Types: Axes object (supplied as a scalar)

    Output Arguments

    References

    Benzecri, J.-P. (1992), Correspondence Analysis Handbook, New-York, Dekker.

    Benzecri, J.-P. (1980), L'analyse des donnees tome 2: l'analyse des correspondances, Paris, Bordas.

    Greenacre, M.J. (1993), Correspondence Analysis in Practice, London, Academic Press.

    Gabriel, K.R. and Odoroff, C. (1990), Biplots in biomedical research, Statistics in Medicine, 9, pp. 469-485.

    Greenacre, M.J. (1993), Biplots in correspondence Analysis, Journal of Applied Statistics, 20, pp. 251 - 269.

    Markus, M.T. (1994), Bootstrap Confidence Regions in Non-Linear Multivariate Analysis, DSWO Press, Leiden.

    Urbano L.-S., van de Velden M., Kiers H.A.L. (2009), CAR: A MATLAB Package to Compute Correspondence Analysis with Rotations,

    See Also

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