31. May 2010 11:32
Correspondence analysis creates plots showing the relationship between multiple variables.
Q automatically works out the right type of map based on the data you choose to analyse. It can create maps showing the rows and columns of a table, between individual respondents in the raw data and between three or more sets variables (multiple correspondence analysis).
The maps are exported to Microsoft Office applications as fully-editable charts. You can export either the traditional scatterplot or a moon plot.
Create maps by clicking on the Create menu and selecting Map.
A series of online tutorials explain how to create maps. From the Help menu, select Online Training, login and go Multivariate Techniques and Maps.