Discriminate analysis


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Discriminate analysis

A statistical process that links the probability of default to a specified set of financial ratios.
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Results of discriminate analysis of the attributes of soils belonging to the Soil Order Inceptisols Bold values indicate highly weighted variables for the respective discriminate function (DF) DF1 DF2 From selected properties Eigenvalue 9.
1 Incremental Kernel Fisher Discriminate Analysis (iKFDA)
Key words: Blue-eared pheasant, Crossoptilon auritum, Gahai-zecha Nature Reserve, nest-site characteristics, stepwise discriminate analysis.
A discriminate analysis between the three groups was then done and results were then and examined for similarities or differences with regards to life aspirations, life goals, and work goals of each group.
In order to examine which of the service characteristics and constraint variables were most useful in distinguishing those respondents who used standardized outcome measures from those who did not, discriminate analysis was employed (Table 3).
Featuring unique telecentric optics, the system provides a larger depth of field for more accurate, discriminate analysis.
Those students that scored a 40 or below (n = 4938) were compared to students scoring a 60 or above (n = 3862) using a discriminate analysis.
Increase customer loyalty - Compare known customer groups (won versus lost deals) to refine messages to customers by using discriminate analysis.
Some of the quantitative methods covered include discriminate analysis, item response theory, meta-analysis, structural equation modeling, multidimensional scaling, cluster analysis, and logistic regression.