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Sequence analysis for social scientists  TraMineR is intended for mining and visualizing sequences of states or events. Its primary aim is the analysis of longitudinal data in the social science field but many of its features may also apply to non temporal data such as text or DNA sequences.  
Tags: event histories, sequence, sequence analysis, state sequence, event sequence, trajectory, visualization, dissimilarity, distance, discrepancy, optimal matching, representative sequence, ANOVA, tree, frequent patterns, data mining, longitudinal data  

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