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Hello all I am looking at levels of social interaction in New Zealand society 
using census data sets using simple correspondence analysis. I am  conducting 
the  CA analysis on a  two-dimensional of husband/wife occupations (as is 
found in the Camsis scale). I was  thinking about  whether it was possible to 
generate a single set of scores representing the best-fitting intercorrelation of 
these two sets of occupational categories rather than the current two 
sets of scores for each dimension. Are you able to point me in the right 
direction that may offer some examples or references? 
Cheers Stephen

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