[R] centroid representation and MANOVA
jfox at mcmaster.ca
Wed Apr 27 17:55:04 CEST 2011
Though it's not exactly what you're looking for, you might take a look at
the heplots package (on CRAN).
I hope this helps,
Senator William McMaster
Professor of Social Statistics
Department of Sociology
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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> hi all.
> I have a matrix of data with 5 different groups and 20 individual
> response per group, and about 12 variables collected for each. I want to
> represent the result in a 2D plot. PCA is not so good because the
> difference between the groups is not obvious. I have seen, in a recent
> paper, people doing a MANOVA and representing it in a centroid plot
> (they used Matlab to do it).
> I would like to do the same with R, but don't know what to do after the
> MANOVA... and nothing can be found in the Archives.
> Any suggestions?
> Dr. Julien Colomb
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