Redundancy analysis, Applied Statistics

In reduced rank regression (RRR), the dependent variables are first submitted to a PCA and the scores of the units are then used as dependent variables in a series of stafldard MLR's where the original independent variables are used as predictors (a procedure akin to an inverse principal component regression).

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