Statnote 28

Canonical Variate Analysis (CVA)

Richard Armstrong

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Abstract

The pattern of correlation between two sets of variables can be tested using canonical variate analysis (CVA). CVA, like principal components analysis (PCA) and factor analysis (FA) (Statnote 27, Hilton & Armstrong, 2011b), is a multivariate analysis Essentially, as in PCA/FA, the objective is to determine whether the correlations between two sets of variables can be explained by a smaller number of ‘axes of correlation’ or ‘canonical roots’.
Original languageEnglish
Pages39-41
Number of pages3
Volume13
Specialist publicationMicrobiologist
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2012

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principal component analysis
multivariate analysis
factor analysis

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  • canonical correlation

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Armstrong, Richard. / Statnote 28 : Canonical Variate Analysis (CVA). In: Microbiologist. 2012 ; Vol. 13. pp. 39-41.
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