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Brittany Tatum Robinson

CURR 7004
Dr. Bista
Summer 2017 Session I
Discriminate Analysis

Life Connection

Interpretations and Outputs


Discriminant Analysis
usedto predict membership or classification based on a
combination of continuous (constant) variables

discriminant
analysis is appropriate when you want to predict
which group participants will be in

(Leech, Barrett, & Morgan, 2015)


Discriminate Analysis

used to predict membership or classification


based on a combination of continuous
(constant) variables
What combination of gender, parents education,
mosaic, and visualization test best distinguishes students
who take algebra 2 from those who do not?
Tests of Equality of Group Means
Boxs Test of Equality of Covariance Matrices
Summary of Canonical Discriminant Functions
Summary of
Canonical
Discriminant
Functions
Table
Standardized Function Coefficients and Correlation Coefficients

Standardized Function Coefficients Correlations Coefficients

Parents Education .71 .70

Visualization Test .62 .62

Gender -.21 -.45

Mosaic -.22 -.12


Classifications Statistics
References

Leech, N. L., Barnett, K. C., & Morgan G. A. (2015). SPSS for intermediate
statistics: Use and interpretation (5th ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.