Unlike most statistical texts, this book breathes real life into multivariate analysis. Starting with a range of actual research examples in the social sciences, it demonstrates how to make the most appropriate choice of technique. The examples are drawn from a broad spectrum of disciplines including: sociology, psychology, economics, political science and international comparative research.9.2 Principal Factor Analysis 9.2.1 The Research Problem and the Diagram Let us consider the same example we used in principal ... Such a component, on which only one or a few variables have high loadings, does not indicate the a#39; commona#39; parts, but, rather, the ... In our mini example a two-factor solution is obvious.
|Title||:||Multivariate Analysis Techniques in Social Science Research|
|Author||:||J. J. A. Tacq, Professor Jacques Tacq|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 1997-01-21|