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Forms the complete results of the analysis. (a) The principal inertias (eigenvalues) and the total inertia. the percentages of inertia, cumulated percentages. and a histogram. (b) The co-ordinates. relative contribu­ tions (squared correlations) and absolute contributions (decomposition of inertia) for the row points with respect to the first two principal axes. Al! 057. 031. 066. 003 of the inertia of the axis (i,e. 193. its squared correlation with the second axis is 0,800 and it contributes 0214 of the second principal inertia (ie.

193. its squared correlation with the second axis is 0,800 and it contributes 0214 of the second principal inertia (ie. Ol001718). 892, the squared correlation (cosine) with the plane, which is the sum of the individual squared correlations (cf Fig. 7). (e) Similar printout for the column points. 7. 3-dimensional position of a profile point. subtending angles 8 82 " and 83 with the 3 orthogonal axes Simple application of Pythagoras' theorem shows that cos 2 8, + cos 2 82 + cos 2 83 = 1 and that the angle 8 between the profile point vector and the plane of the first two axes.

Ol001718). 892, the squared correlation (cosine) with the plane, which is the sum of the individual squared correlations (cf Fig. 7). (e) Similar printout for the column points. 7. 3-dimensional position of a profile point. subtending angles 8 82 " and 83 with the 3 orthogonal axes Simple application of Pythagoras' theorem shows that cos 2 8, + cos 2 82 + cos 2 83 = 1 and that the angle 8 between the profile point vector and the plane of the first two axes. ••••• .... 08518985 comparable to those of the smoking category profiles.

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