Re: [R] package for factor analysis

From: Jacques VESLOT <jacques.veslot_at_cirad.fr>
Date: Wed 14 Dec 2005 - 20:32:07 EST

you can try :

plot(hclust(dist(ach, "manh"), "ward"), hang=-1)

you can choose distance method and clustering method.

you can find a lot of useful functions for multivariate analysis in the "ade4" package ;
but, for clustering, the "cluster" package is quite nice.

Birgit Kessler a écrit :

>I have Windows XP Professional Version 2002 and the R-Version 2.1.1.
>I want to do factor analysis with R.
>In Google Search I find the reference to the RScaLAPACK-Package, but my
>R-Version 2.1.1. told me that “RScaLAPACK is invalid package, bevor
>2.0.0. installed” .
>Which package can I take for factor analysis?
>
>I have Windows XP Professional Version 2002 and the R-Version 2.1.1.
>
>I want to do factor analysis with R.
>
>In Google Search I find the reference to the RScaLAPACK-Package, but my
>R-Version 2.1.1. told me that “RScaLAPACK is invalid package, bevor
>2.0.0. installed” .
>
>Which package can I take for factor analysis?
>
>
>
>
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