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The technique of canonical correlation analysis is best understood by considering it as an extension of multiple regression and correlation analysis. In multiple regression analysis we find the best linear combination of p variables, x1,x2. xp, to predict one variable yonly. The multiple correlation coefficient R represents here the simple correlation between y and its predicted value.
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Canonical correlation 1 Canonical correlation In statistics, n analysis . n analysis seeks vectors and such that the random variables and maximize the correlation.
Canonical correlation 1 Canonical correlation In statistics, n analysis (CCA) is a way of making sense of cross-covariance matrices. The random variables and are the first pair of canonical variables. Then one seeks vectors maximizing the same correlation subject to the constraint that they are to be uncorrelated with the first pair of canonical variables; this gives the second pair of canonical variables.