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Mina
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4/30/13


MANOVA
Posted:
Sep 16, 2013 3:55 PM


Hi,
I have 4 set of data (a, b, c, d). Each set represent data from different type of diseases. Each set, has 4 independent variables and each variables has 1015 observations; For instance here are two sets:
a = sl el st et #1 .2 25 .15 24 #2 .3 22 .2 23 . . . . . . . . . . #10 .1 33 .3 25
b = sl el st et #1 .1 24 .12 24 #2 .3 22 .2 23 . . . . . . . . . . #13 .1 31 .3 24
I would like to know, if by having these sets of data, I can differentiate different disease from each other. (For example, differentiate "a" type from "b", "c" and "d")
I have tried "k means" and "PCA" for one variable. however, I would like to use three or four variables in my comparison.
How can I specify the argument in Manova? [d,p,stats]=manova1([a b c d],Model) ?
Thank you in advance. Mina



