Iconographie médiévale en histoire de l'art et
Analyse Statistique Implicative

Abstract : If the use of statistics in the history of art, especially in medieval iconography, is gained
in many years, the use of statistical implicative analysis is a step in the approach to thematic
issues. Statistics are an aid to research: they demonstrate the permanence or originality, but it
does not participate in a debate on the subject. The SIA provides a fresh reading on the
subject. It allows connecting items selected in advance by the researcher, reflecting other
internal links in the image and provides a new way in understanding the thematic study in
history of art.
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Magali Guénot, Jean-Claude Regnier. Iconographie médiévale en histoire de l'art et
Analyse Statistique Implicative. Régis Gras; Jean-Claude Régnier; Fabrice Guillet. Analyse statistique implicative: Une méthode d'analyse de données pour la recherche de causalités., Éditions Cépaduès, pp.471-492, 2009, RNTI-E-16. ⟨halshs-00396042⟩



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