Battery reduction, Advanced Statistics

Battery reduction: A common term for reducing the number of variables of the interest in a study for the purposes of study and perhaps later data collection. For instance, an overly long questionnaire might not yield correct answers to all the questions asked, and its size might required to be reduced. Techniques/methods such as the factor analysis and principal component analysis are commonly

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used to attain the required reduction.

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