# assoc.domains

From seqhandbook v0.1.0
by Nicolas Robette

##### Association measures between domains in multidimensional sequence analysis

Computes various measures of association between dimensions of multidimensional sequence data.

- Keywords
- state sequences, Longitudinal characteristics

##### Usage

`assoc.domains(dlist, names, djsa)`

##### Arguments

- dlist
A list of dissimilarity matrices or dist objects (see

`dist`

), with one element per dimension of the multidimensional sequence data- names
A character vector of the names of the dimensions of the multidimensional sequence data

- djsa
A dissimilarity matrix or a dist object (see

`dist`

), corresponding to the distances between the multimdimensional sequences

##### References

Piccarreta R. (2017). Joint Sequence Analysis: Association and Clustering, *Sociological Methods and Research*, Vol. 46(2), 252-287.

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
library(TraMineR)
data(biofam)
## Building one channel per type of event (left, children or married)
bf <- as.matrix(biofam[, 10:25])
children <- bf==4 | bf==5 | bf==6
married <- bf == 2 | bf== 3 | bf==6
left <- bf==1 | bf==3 | bf==5 | bf==6
## Building sequence objects
child.seq <- seqdef(children)
marr.seq <- seqdef(married)
left.seq <- seqdef(left)
## Using Hamming distance
mcdist <- seqdistmc(channels=list(child.seq, marr.seq, left.seq),
method="HAM")
child.dist <- seqdist(child.seq, method="HAM")
marr.dist <- seqdist(marr.seq, method="HAM")
left.dist <- seqdist(left.seq, method="HAM")
## Association between domains
asso <- assoc.domains(list(child.dist,marr.dist,left.dist), c('child','marr','left'), mcdist)
asso
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package seqhandbook, version 0.1.0, License: GPL (>= 2)*

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