Canonical correlation

Heel heights used : all levels


Syntax (Dependent Variables = COM_VERT_PRCNT , COM_VERT_PRCNT_RNG, Independent
Variables = Left & right ankle dorsi-plantar angle, Left & right knee flexion angle,
Left&right elbow flexion angle, Hip flexion angle)

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MANOVA COM_VERT_PRCNT COM_VERT_PRCNT_RNG WITH L_ankle_dorsi_plantar
R_ankle_dorsi_plantar L_Knee_flexion R_Knee_flexion L_elbow_flexion
R_elbow_flexion Hip_flexion /
PRINT = SIGNIF(MULTIV EIGEN DIMENR)/
DISCRIM = STAN CORR ALPHA (.9999).
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Result

1. Overall multivariate tests for dimensionality shows significant result for all
tests



2. Canonical correlations and variances (of the DVs) explained by the dimensions


3. Significant canonical dimensions



For this particular model, there are two canonical dimensions which are statistically significant. The first
test of dimension shows whether all two dimensions combined are significant (and the F value shows that
they are). The next test of dimension shows whether dimension 2 alone is significant (and it is).
4. Effect of Dependent Variables



5. Standardized canonical coefficients for dependent variables, correlations
between dependent variables and canonical variables, and variance in dependent
variables explained by canonical variables





6. Standardized canonical coefficients for covariates (Independent variables),
correlations between covariates and canonical variables, and variance in covariates
explained by canonical variables






7. Regression analysis for within cells error term

Dependent variable : COM_VERT_PRCNT



Dependent variable : COM_VERT_PRCNT_RNG



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