# Correspondence analysis on a table of means

I have a table of the following kind:

     Cat1 cat2  cat3 ...
Var1 6.3  5.3   8.3
Var2 5.2  5.7   6.1
Var3 2.2  3.9   7.6
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It is a table of means for different continuous variables across a categorical variable. My question is: I want a visualization of how the categories relate to the variables. For this purpose I have been using Correspondence analysis. I get a result that makes sense to me, but I am wondering if it is OK to use correspondence analysis on a table of non-categorical data?

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