By Ramis E., Deschamps C., Odoux J.

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Other measures are readily conceived in connection with, for instance, the nested models. Comparison of classifications Classifications of the same data set obtained by two different methods can be compared. The interaction information (36) is a relevant criterion. The elements in the dispersion matrix indicate joint possessions of units between the classes of the two classifications. The higher the interaction information, the more similar are the classifications. This indicates high predictivity.

24) and (18), (25) and (58) (34) Iden ti fica ti on/individual column Pairwise comparisons using entropy Pairwise comparIsons using information Pairwise comparIsons using interaction information Pairwise comparIsons uSing eqUIvocation information Pairwise comparisons uSing eqUIvocation information Pairwise comparisons using row main effects Homogeneity tested within individual rows Results useful in comparison of classi fica ti ons, weighting, and predictive analysis Individuals are assigned to groups, uSing a nearest neighbour criterion 33 Table A2.

883 SORTED LEVEL N. - X2PROBAB. 477 Sum ofX2 PROBAB. 13278E-Ol SORTED LEVEL N. - X2PROBAB. 3 Sum of X2 PROBAB. 13807 SORTED LEVEL N. - X2PROBAB. 23819 Sum of X2 PROBAB. 22881E-02 O. SORTED LEVEL N. 0 22 33 28 3 30 Sum of X2 PROBAB. - X2PROBAB. 8 Sum of X2 PROBAB. 0 NESTOFL TERMINATED The sum of probabilities, given by the program, can help to define the optimal hierarchical level. 0) Card 6 - Specification NLEV 5 -----1---------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Card 7a - Specification NGR at the second level 5 -----1---------------------------------------------------------------- 8 Card 8a - Specification of column subscript for the first element in each block at the second level 10 -----1 15 -----1 20 -----1 25 -----1 30 -----1 35 -----1 40 -----1 45 ------------------5 -----1 -----1 5 9 11 17 20 26 29 53 Card 7b - Specification NGR at third level 5 -----1---------------------------------------------------------------4 Card 8b - Specification of column subscripts for the first element of each block at third level 5 10 15 20 25 30 -----1-----1-----1-----1-----1-----1 ----------------------------------11 20 29 Card 7c - Specification NGR at fourth level 5 -----1---------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Card 8c - Specification of column subscript for the first element of each block at fourth level 5 10 15 20 25 -----1-----1-----1-----1-----1----------------------------------------11 20 Card 7d - Specifications NGR at fifth level 5 -----1---------------------------------------------------------------- 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Card 8d - Specification of column subscript for the first element of each block at fifth level 5 -----1-----1 ---------------------------------------------------------20 Abbreviations: NESTYPI NESTYP2 NSPEC NQUAD ITRASP IFPR INF NLEV NGR HIERARCHIC (the nested model in Table 4 performed) BINAR YTWOI (Interaction according to (36) computed at each level between each species and the classes) number of species (up to 10(0) number of releves o or > 0 (> 0 to transpose data table) o or >0 (>0 to print data) 5 or 1, 2 (cards, tape 1 or tape 2 for mass storage) number of hierarchicalleveIs (note that row data constitute first level in NLEV) number of blocks at each hierarchical level.

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