canonical correlation analysis


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canonical correlation analysis

A statistical manoeuvre which defines covariation for 2 groups of random variables—x and y—and seeks to identify linear combinations of the x's and the y's which have maximum correlation with each other.
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Canonical correlation analysis revealed that weight was positively correlated with RVOTprox for the right ventricle and LVbd for the left ventricle in both genders.
Canonical correlation analysis and structural equation modelling: What do they have in common?
In the third canonical correlation analysis, the relationship between recovery indicators and the cluster analysis' reduced HRV- and HRR-related variables for the inmatch rest periods was determined.
Canonical correlation analysis for studying the relationship between egg production traits and body weight, egg weight and age at sexual maturity in layers.
Zwinderman, "Sparse canonical correlation analysis for identifying, connecting and completing gene-expression networks," BMC Bioinformatics, vol.
Appearance models based on kernel canonical correlation analysis.
1: Findings of Non-Linear Canonical Correlation Analysis.
Canonical correlation analysis was used in the empirical investigation.
To address this issue, the Pacific ENSO Applications Climate (PEAC) Center (PEAC Center and PEAC are synonymously used) at the University of Hawaii Manoa (UHM) currently runs the ENSO-based canonical correlation analysis (CCA) statistical model to generate sea level forecasts for the vulnerable U.
To simultaneously discover the relationship between the two sets of happenstance skills and occupational identity statuses, we performed a canonical correlation analysis to overcome the limitation of bivariate correlation analysis (Weiss, 1972) and to determine the underlying pattern of relationships between the five components of planned happenstance skills and the four components of identity status.
2013) to validate the multidimensional relationships among AG, willingness to report peers' AD (WRAD), and ADM by using canonical correlation analysis (CCA).
In this paper, we used partial canonical correlation analysis (PCCA) to examine the relationships between key pillars in "efficiency enhancers" and "business sophistication" factors.