Feature #1856

RCP: 0.7.8, CA, CAH, Specificities, Lexical Table parent element in the corpora view

Added by Matthieu Decorde about 3 years ago. Updated almost 3 years ago.

Status:New Start date:09/13/2016
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assignee:- % Done:

80%

Category:Commands Spent time: -
Target version:TXM 0.7.8

Description

Currently the results of CA, CAH, Specificities, Lexical Table parent are the not real ones.
The Specificities parent is a lexical table
The CA parent is a lexical table
The CAH parent is a CA (with current factomineR usage)
The Lexical Table parent is a partition Or an Index computed with a partition

This will ease the link of results for instance between a CA and a specificities computd with the same lexical table

History

#1 Updated by Serge Heiden about 3 years ago

Technically speaking and from a usage point of view, a CAH is not a descendant of a CA (in the FactomineR case, the CA is a helper to calculate the CAH) -> the CAH et CA should both be sibling descendants of a lexical table.

#2 Updated by Benedicte Pincemin about 3 years ago

Serge Heiden a écrit :

Technically speaking and from a usage point of view, a CAH is not a descendant of a CA (in the FactomineR case, the CA is a helper to calculate the CAH) -> the CAH et CA should both be sibling descendants of a lexical table.

As far as I know, with the FactomineR process we use, The CAH is computed on the coordinates of the points in a sub-space of the factorial space (the 5 first dimensions by default, or less if necessary). So CAH directly uses a result of CA : with the current implementation, CAH is a child of CA (even if in the general case, CAH could actually be computed on the lexical table and then be a brother of CA).

#3 Updated by Matthieu Decorde almost 3 years ago

  • % Done changed from 50 to 80

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