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discriminant analysis

By vasiliki | Mar 24, 2018 04:44PM CET

It seems I posted this question to the wrong section (Getting Started - Statistical gudes) 2 days ago so I am re-posting it here.
Hello, I am trying to run discriminant analysis for my data. I have 2 qualitative dependent variables (96 observations in one and 97 in the other) and I have 38 quantitative explanatory variables, with values for each of the 193 dependent variables. I was expecting to see the individual dots (observations) spread inside two different circles but I get only one factor and all observations are across (i.e. on the first component) the F1 (left and right). What does this mean for the data that I have and how can I interpret it? I also chose automatic weight correction but nothing changes.
thank you in advance


Eigenvalue 0.489
Discrimination (%) 100.000
Cumulative % 100.000




By Efthalia | Mar 26, 2018 12:26PM CEST | XLSTAT Agent

Hello Vasiliki,
This means that the new space contains only one dimension (factor). Different reasons may explain such results. Can you please send us your file at so that we can see what your data look like?

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