Canonical correlation analysis seeks the best sets of linear combinations with independent variables related to dependent variables.

Canonical Correlation Analysis is used to identify and measure the associations among two sets of variables. Its a similar technique to PCA/Factor analysis.

Also see Multivariate Analysis

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ASQ Six Sigma Green Belt Correlation Analysis Questions:

Question: A correlation analysis is used to provide a numeric value for which of the following types of relationships between two variables?

A) Random

B) Linear

C) Curvilinear

D) Causation


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