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JMP 12 Multivariate Methods by SAS Institute

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Discriminant Analysis Overview
Discriminant analysis attempts to classify observations described by values on continuous variables into groups. Group membership, defined by a categorical variable X, is predicted by the continuous variables. These variables are called covariates and are denoted by Y.
Discriminant analysis differs from logistic regression. In logistic regression, the classification variable is random and predicted by the continuous variables. In discriminant analysis, the classifications are fixed, and the covariates (Y) are realizations of random variables. However, in both techniques, the categorical value is predicted by the continuous variables.
The Discriminant platform provides four methods for fitting models. All methods ...

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