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    Characteristics of homeless women<sup>*</sup> interviewed in the ENFAMS survey in the Greater Paris Area, France, 2013 (N = 656).

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    <p>Characteristics of homeless women<sup><a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0184138#t001fn001" target="_blank">*</a></sup> interviewed in the ENFAMS survey in the Greater Paris Area, France, 2013 (N = 656).</p

    Reasons and types of unmet healthcare needs of homeless women<sup>*</sup>, in the ENFAMS survey in the Greater Paris area, France, 2013.

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    <p>Reasons and types of unmet healthcare needs of homeless women<sup><a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0184138#t002fn001" target="_blank">*</a></sup>, in the ENFAMS survey in the Greater Paris area, France, 2013.</p

    Final model of relationships between latent constructs of the unmet needs of homeless women and their characteristics.

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    <p>Ellipses: latent variables; boxes: observed variables. All coefficients have p values<0.05. Robust indices: CFI = 0.856 and RMSEA = 0.066 (CI95%[0.059–0.072]).</p

    Cluster robustness according to the number of assumed clusters in the data.

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    <p>Mean cluster robustness, together with minimum and maximum values, is presented as a function of the number of searched clusters.</p

    Cluster robustness according to the assumed number of clusters in the dataset (using the PAM algorithm with Manhattan distance).

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    <p>The cluster robustness evaluates the stability of groups while iterating the same clustering method with the same parameters, except for the assumed numbers of clusters in the dataset (from 2 to 6). The black line represents the median value, the bottom and top of the box represent the 1<sup>st</sup> and 3<sup>rd</sup> quartiles, and the ends of the whiskers represent minimum and maximum values. Highest median robustness with lowest dispersion was achieved considering 4- and 5-way classification. The examination of the relations between 4- and 5-way classifications revealed that while three groups were constantly retrieved in both cases, the fourth group in the 4-way classification split into two when the 5-way classification was applied (see <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0119161#pone.0119161.t002" target="_blank">Table 2</a>).</p

    ALS_ENFAMS

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    This data file contains all variables used for the analyses reported in our article published in PLOS One. It is a CSV file that contains 41 variables for 801 subjects. Data originate from the ENFAMS survey, a cross-sectional survey on sheltered homeless families in the Greater Paris Area in 2013. Further description of the data is available in the ReadMe file
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