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Topic: intuitive understanding of MANOVA
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Re: intuitive understanding of MANOVA
Posted: Dec 8, 2013 4:27 AM
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Thank you very much for the the answer Mr. Ulrich. I can't understand the Wilk's test. How does a proportion two determinats measure a relationship? I am clear with ANOVA case, but I am very confused with the multivariate case. These determinants are called generalized variance, but I can't understand what is generalized variance. I think understanding of generalized variance and understandind those eigevalues will make someone fully understand of multivariate procedures. Thanks a lot.



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