Multiple Correspondence Analysis with FactoMineR

How to analyse of categorical data? Here is a course with videos that present Multiple Correspondence Analysis in a French way. The most well-known use of Multiple Correspondence Analysis is: surveys.

Four videos present a course on MCA, highlighting the way to interpret the data. Then  you will find videos presenting the way to implement MCA in FactoMineR, to deal with missing values in MCA thanks to the package missMDA and lastly a video to draw interactive graphs with Factoshiny. And finally you will see that the new package FactoInvestigate allows you to obtain automatically an interpretation of your MCA results.

With this course, you will be stand-alone to perform and interpret results obtain with MCA.



For more information, you can see the book blow. Here are some reviews on the book and a link to order the book.


Exploratory Multivariate Data Analysis with R- enroll now in the MOOC

Exploratory multivariate data analysis is studied and has been taught in a “French-way” for a long time in France. You can enroll in a MOOC (completely free) on Exploratory Multivariate Data Analysis. The MOOC will start the 27th of February.


This MOOC focuses on 4 essential and basic methods, those with the largest potential in terms of applications: principal component analysis (PCA) when variables are quantitative, correspondence analysis (CA) and multiple correspondence analysis (MCA) when variables are categorical and clustering.

This course is application-oriented and many examples and numerous exercises are done with FactoMineR (a package of the free R software) will make the participant efficient and reliable face to data analysis.

Interactive plots in PCA with Factoshiny

A beautiful graph tells more than a lenghtly speach!!

So it is crucial to improve the graphs obtained by Principal Component Analysis or (Multiple) Correspondence Analysis. The package Factoshiny allows us to easily improve these graphs interactively.

The package Factoshiny makes interacting with R and FactoMineR simpler, thus facilitating selection and addition of supplementary information. The main advantage of this package is that you don’t need to know the lines of code, and moreover that you can modify the graphical options and see instantly how the graphs are improved. You can visualize this video to see how to use Factoshiny.


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