Cycle hunt analysis, Advanced Statistics

The procedure for clustering variables in the multivariate data, which forms the clusters by performing one or other of the below written three operations:

* combining two variables, neither of which belongs to any of the existing cluster,

* adding to the already existing cluster a variable not previously in any of the cluster,

* combining two clusters to form the larger cluster.


It can be used as an alternative to the factor analysis.

 

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