Discriminant Analysis, Issue 19

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SAGE, Aug 1, 1980 - Social Science - 71 pages
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These procedures, collectively known as discriminant analysis, allow a researcher to study the difference between two or more groups of objects with respect to several variables simultaneously, determining whether meaningful differences exist between the groups and identifying the discriminating power of each variable.

 

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an excellent ready to use book for all who are not familiar with the ways of statistics and are attempting their first research as well as for those are professional researchers and need it as a refernce book.

Contents

Editors Introduction
5
Deriving the Canonical Discriminant Functions
15
Classification Procedures
42
Stepwise Inclusion of Variables
52
Concluding Remarks
60
References
69
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