Provides an easy-to-use yet adaptable set of tools to conduct person-center analysis using a two-step clustering procedure. As described in Bergman and El-Khouri (1999)
prcr is an
R package for person-centered analysis. Person-centered analyses focus on clusters, or profiles, of observations, and their change over time or differences across factors. See Bergman and El-Khouri (1999) for a description of the analytic approach. See Corpus and Wormington (2014) for an example of person-centered analysis in psychology and education.
You can install prcr from CRAN with:
You can install development version from GitHub with:
See examples of use of prcr in the Introduction to prcr vignette.
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