## Who is the proponent of canonical analysis?

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In this the canonical analysis differs from Harold Hotelling’s (1936) canonical variate analysis (also called the canonical correlation analysis), designed to obtain maximum (canonical) correlations between the predictor and criterion canonical variates.

### Who made canonical analysis?

Harold Hotelling

Knapp notes that “virtually all of the commonly encountered parametric tests of significance can be treated as special cases of canonical-correlation analysis, which is the general procedure for investigating the relationships between two sets of variables.” The method was first introduced by Harold Hotelling in 1936.

#### How canonical component analysis is different from principal component analysis?

Canonical Correlation Analysis vs PCA Where PCA focuses on finding linear combinations that account for the most variance in one data set , Canonical Correlation Analysis focuses on finding linear combinations that account for the most correlation in two datasets.

**How do you write canonical form?**

- Example – Express the Boolean function F = xy + x’z as a product of maxterms.
- Solution – F = xy + x’z = (xy + x’)(xy + z) = (x + x’)(y + x’)(x + z)(y + z) = (x’ + y)(x + z)(y + z)
- Example – Convert Boolean expression in standard form F=y’+xz’+xyz.
- Solution – F = (x+x’)y'(z+z’)+x(y+y’)z’ +xyz.

**What does canonical relationship mean?**

Statistical Analysis. A canonical correlation is a correlation between two canonical or latent types of variables. In canonical correlation, one variable is an independent variable and the other variable is a dependent variable.

## How do you do discriminant analysis in SPSS?

Open SPSS then:

- From the menu, click on Analyze -> Classify -> Discrimiant…
- In the appearance window, move DV (grouping variable) into Grouping Variable: -> hit Define Range… -> specify lowest and highest values of grouping -> Continue.