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Fig. 1 | Clinical Epigenetics

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From: Multifactorial analysis of the stochastic epigenetic variability in cord blood confirmed an impact of common behavioral and environmental factors but not of in vitro conception

Fig. 1

Dimension reduction of phenotypic, behavioral and environmental traits. Dimension reduction obtained by multiple factor analysis of mixed data is used to resume the complexity of all phenotypic, behavioral, and environmental traits. The scatter plot in (a) visualizes the samples into a two-dimensional space using the first two dimensions. b shows a correlogram indicating correlation levels between dimensions and all the phenotypes used in the multiple factor analysis. The highest correlation indicates that those traits are captured by that specific dimension. Dimensions highlighted in red were significantly associated with case-control status while dimensions highlighted in black were significantly associated with the number of SEVs

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