Multivariate data, Advanced Statistics

Multivariate data is the data for which each observation consists of the values for more than one random variable. For instance, measurements on the blood pressure, temperature and heart rate for the number of subjects. Such type of data is usually displayed in the form of a data matrix that is where n is the number of subjects, q the number of variables and xij observation on variable j for subject i.  

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