Principal components regression analysis, Advanced Statistics

Principal components regression analysis is a process often taken in use to overcome the problem of multicollinearity in the regression, when simply deleting a number of the explanatory variables is not considered correct. Essentially the response variable is regressed on the small number of principal component scores resulting from the principal components analysis of the explanatory variables.  

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