Correspondence Analysis between the Location and the Leading Causes of Death in the United States

02/26/2020
by   Rena Sandy H. Baculinao, et al.
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Correspondence Analysis analyzes two-way or multi-way tables withe each row and column becoming a point ion a multidimensional graphical map called biplot. It can be used to extract essential dimensions allowing simplification of the data matrix. This study aims to measure the association between the location and the leading causes of death in the United States of America and to determine the location where a particular disease is highly associated. The research data consists of two variables with 510 data points. Results show that there is a significant association between the location ad leading cause of death in the United States, and 61 by the first two dimensions.

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