bunch-map analysis

bunch-map analysis

[¦bənch ¦map ə′nal·ə·səs]
(statistics)
A graphic technique in confluence analysis; all subsets of regression coefficients in a complete set are drawn on standard diagrams, and the representation of any set of regression coefficients produces a “bunch” of lines; allows the observer to determine the effect of introducing a new variate on a set of variates.