canonical correlation

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canonical correlation

[kə′nän·ə·kəl ‚kȯr·ə′lā·shən]
(statistics)
The maximum correlation between linear functions of two sets of random variables when specific restrictions are imposed upon the coefficients of the linear functions of the two sets.
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From the results of the canonical correlation analysis, we could see the nature of the relationship among the five components of planned happenstance skills and the four occupational identity scores at the highest degree of correlation between the two sets of variables.
Canonical Correlation Analysis between the Set of Factor Scores and the Set of Macroeconomic Variables
As reported earlier, the initial canonical correlation analysis with the Sport-MPS subscales entered as the predictor set produced a second significant canonical function ([R.
Canonical correlation analysis for studying the relationship between egg production traits and body weight, egg weight and age at sexual maturity in layers.
Deviation work 405 3,80 ,659 wages 405 3,24 ,874 promotion 405 3,55 ,992 coworkers 405 3,92 ,701 supervision 405 3,77 ,845 leadership 405 4,04 ,913 policy 404 4,06 ,736 people 405 3,79 ,999 partners 405 4,09 ,664 processes 404 4,06 ,701 results 402 4,04 ,644 JS 404 4,29 ,997 BEM 401 4,06 ,900 Valid N (list wise) 398 Table 3: Canonical Correlation Analysis Relating Levels of Dependent and Independent Set Measures of Overall Model Fit for Canonical Correlation Canonical Canonical Canonical F Function Correlation [R.
Similar to factor analysis, canonical correlation analysis can produce multiple factors.
Redundancy analysis: An alternative for canonical correlation analysis, Psychometrika, 42: 207-219.
0 Table 2 Canonical Correlation Analysis for Predictor Variables of Gender Role Conflict (Set 1) and Multidimensional Social Support (Set 2) (N=389) Variable sets Canonical variate 1 Predictor set 1 SPC .
207), confirmatory factor analysis (Graham, Guthrie, &, Thompson, 2003), descriptive discriminant analysis (Huberty, 1994), and canonical correlation analysis (Thompson, 1984).
The results from the canonical correlation analysis of perceived obligations of the wood products students are shown in Table 5.
Canonical correlation analysis is a statistical technique for analyzing the relationship between two sets of variables.
To test a variable as an alternative explanation, its relationship to each canonical variate produced by the canonical correlation analysis was tested and any relationship with an arbitrary significance level of less than 0.