An extended redundancy analysis and its applications to two practical examples

@article{Takane2005AnER,
  title={An extended redundancy analysis and its applications to two practical examples},
  author={Yoshio Takane and Heungsun Hwang},
  journal={Computational Statistics & Data Analysis},
  year={2005},
  volume={49},
  pages={785-808}
}
An extension of redundancy analysis is proposed that allows analyzing a variety of directional relationships among multiple sets of variables.The proposed method subsumes an existing redundancy analysis method as a special case. It is also extended further to analyze more complex relationships among variables such as direct effects of observed exogenous variables, higher-order components and multi-sample comparisons. An alternating least-squares algorithm is developed for parameter estimation… CONTINUE READING
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