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Chapter 5Multiple Discriminant Analysis
 
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Multiple discriminant analysis
. . . is an appropriatetechnique when the dependent variable is categorical (nominal ornonmetric) and the independent variables are metric. The singledependent variable can have two, three or more categories.
Discriminant Analysis DefinedDiscriminant Analysis Defined
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amples: Gender  Male vs. Female Heavy Users vs. Light Users Purchasers vs. Non-purchasers Good Credit Risk vs. Poor Credit Risk Member vs. Non-Member Attorney, Physician or Professor
 
WHAT IS MULTIPLE DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS? 
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Discriminantanalysis is a dependence technique that forms
variates
(linearcombinations of metric independent variables), which are used to predict theclassification of a categorical dependent variable.
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Classification is accomplished by a statistical procedure, which derives discriminantfunctions, or variates of the predictor variables, which ma
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imize the between-group variance and minimize the within-group variance on the discriminantfunction score(s).
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The null hypothesis is that the two or more group means are equal on thediscriminantfunction(s), thus a statistically significant model would indicate thatthe group means are not equal.
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Researchers use multiple discriminantanalysis to help them understand:
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group differences on a set of independent variables
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the ability to correctly classify statistical units into groups or classes
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the relative importance of independent variables in the classification process

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