housetasks {ade4}R Documentation

Contingency Table

Description

The housetasks data frame gives 13 housetasks and their repartition in the couple.

Usage

data(housetasks)

Format

This data frame contains four columns : wife, alternating, husband and jointly. Each column is a numeric vector.

Source

Kroonenberg, P. M. and Lombardo, R. (1999) Nonsymmetric correspondence analysis: a tool for analysing contingency tables with a dependence structure. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 34, 367–396

Examples

data(housetasks)
nsc1 <- dudi.nsc(housetasks, scan = FALSE)
s.label(nsc1$c1, clab = 1.25)
s.arrow(nsc1$li, add.pl = TRUE, clab = 0.75) 

Worked out examples


> library(ade4)
> ### Name: housetasks
> ### Title: Contingency Table
> ### Aliases: housetasks
> ### Keywords: datasets
> 
> ### ** Examples
> 
> data(housetasks)
> nsc1 <- dudi.nsc(housetasks, scan = FALSE)
> s.label(nsc1$c1, clab = 1.25)
> s.arrow(nsc1$li, add.pl = TRUE, clab = 0.75) 
> 
> 
> 
> 

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