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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In healthy Tibetans, the canonical correlation analysis method was used to analyze the relationship between physiological parameters (U1 = age, height, weight, pulse, SBP, DBP, and SpO[sub]2) and right/left ventricular dimensions (Vr = PA, RVOTprox and RVbd/Vl = LVbd, LVEDD, and LVESD) in males and females.
Canonical correlation analysis as a special case of structural relations model.
In the second canonical correlation analysis, the relationship between recovery indicators and the cluster analysis' reduced HRV-related variables for the in-match period was determined.
00 TABLE 2 Results of Canonical Correlation Analysis Between Mindfulness, Emotional Intelligence, and Burnout Canonical Variates Variable Pair 1 (a) Pair 2 (b) Burnout (c) Emotional Exhaustion .
Lange, "Using canonical correlation analysis to discover genetic regulatory variants," PLoS ONE, vol.
Canonical Correlation analysis (CCA) is adopted to determine the relationship between these spectra [7].
Next, a canonical correlation analysis was conducted because it is the appropriate statistical technique for determining the relationship between multiple dependent and multiple independent variables (Hair, Anderson, Tatham, & Black, 1988).
1, reveals the overall findings of the nonlinear canonical correlation analysis using the quantification of centroids by two dimensions.
The study reports the results of the application of canonical correlation analysis (CCA) to answer the question of integration between the two groups.
Because of the need for information related to the variability and predictability of sea level on season-to-longer time scales, the Pacific ENSO Applications Climate (PEAC) Center runs the El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)-based canonical correlation analysis (CCA) statistical model to generate sea level forecasts for the U.
A canonical correlation analysis was performed with a sample of 370 high school students in South Korea.