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Judul: Analyses of Technical and Non-Technical Components of Pig Keeping Systems in Manokwari, West Papua Indonesia
Penulis: Deny A. Iyai  || email:
Jurnal: Agrinimal Vol. 1 no. 2 - hal. 42-51 Tahun 2011  [ Pertanian ]
Keywords:  principal component analysis, agglomerative hierarchical clustering, technical and non-technical components, urban and rural pig farmers, Manokwari
Abstract: The purpose of research was to describe technical and non-technical baseline information regarding pig farming systems in Manokwari, West Papua. Participatory situation analysis was used to gain the baseline information. Due to the interest in finding many correlated data, multivariate analysis using principal component analysis (PCA) was performed. Prior to PCA cluster analysis was applied. The results of this research showed that there were 15 groups/classes, through which observations and components can be derived upon. Several components show strong correlation however some do not. Correlations [Pearson (n)] are severely shown by recording, see-middleman and opinion of present pig keeping. In second axis (F2, F1+F2), correlation is strongly seen in recording, number of meet farmers and see consumers. Artificial insemination is negatively correlated in axis one and two along with visited extension for first axis and second axis. Implications of these findings are that technical and non- technical components have correlation and induced each other, e.g. following courses have impact on pig management behavior. However, there is a need for further study to numerically show the relation and/or impacts from those components.
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