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Celiac Disease Seen with the Eyes of the Principle Component Analysis and Analyse Des Données

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This paper aims to deepen the quality of life of people with celiac disease with a focus on compliance to the diet through Principle Component Analysis and Analyse des Données. In particular, we will try to understand whether these analyzes are also applicable in the context of research web2.0 carried out with web-survey.

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Corposanto, C. , Molinari, B. and Neuhold, S. (2015) Celiac Disease Seen with the Eyes of the Principle Component Analysis and Analyse Des Données. Open Journal of Statistics, 5, 211-222. doi: 10.4236/ojs.2015.53023.

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