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Nonlinear Canonical Correlation Analysis (OVERALS) in SPSS 22.0
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Mon, 12 Oct 2015 12:13:15 GMTI want to compare 3 clusters of cases (persons) on various continuous variables, in order to see if differences occur in how the continuous variables...I want to compare 3 clusters of cases (persons) on various continuous variables, in order to see if differences occur in how the continuous variables are associated with clustermembership (categorical). I wanted to use canonical correlations, however I find that this is impossible with categorical variables. The Nonlinear Canonical Correlation Analysis seem be a solution (I think the procedure is called OVERALS). This procedure should be available via Analyze > Dimension Reduction > Optimal Scaling...as far as I know. However, my SPSS version 22.0 only shows 'Factor' under the Dimension Reduction submenu. Do I need extensions or macro's to use the command? Can anyone be of any assistance regarding information on this procedure, or does anyone have alternative ideas on the analysis of choice?
Kind Regards,
Maaike
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