Multiple Factor Analysis by Example Using R
Multiple factor analysis (MFA) is an extension of classical factor analysis used when the data is structured in a group, such as in a questionnaire that covers various topics with several questions under each topic. This kind of data occurs in numerous social and behavioral science areas, including education, psychology, and sensory science. Written by the original developer of the methodology, this book illustrates how to use MFA for studying data. It presents an overview of the methodology and includes many worked examples and an R package for the analyses.