[R-sig-Geo] RE: how to do a principle component analysis with geo-referenced points
Nicholas Lewin-Koh
nikko at hailmail.net
Sat Nov 11 20:06:17 CET 2006
Hi Carlos,
There are a couple of ways to do this, but you have to be a little more
specific
about what your goals/intentions are. I assume you have points p(x1,y1),
...., p(xn,yn), where p
is a vector of observations.
If the goal is interpolation than you have to model the spatial
covariance
of the orthognal factors, and you should look at waekernagel's book.
if your goal is to extract principal components and account for the
variance induced by a spatial
process, a quick and dirty approach is to include polynomials of the xy
coordinates in the data and
do pca on the augmented matrix. Take a look at
Borcard, D., P. Legendre & P. Drapeau. 1992. Partialling out the spatial
component of ecological variation. Ecology 73: 1045-1055
Méot, A., P. Legendre & D. Borcard. 1998. Partialling out the spatial
component of ecological variation: questions and propositions in the
linear modeling framework. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 5
(1): 1-27.
Another approach is spatial factor analysis
Christensen, WF, and Amemiya, Y (2001). "Generalized shifted-factor
analysis method for multivariate geo-referenced data," Mathematical
Geology, 33, 801-824.
Christensen, WF, and Amemiya, Y (2002). "Latent variable analysis of
multivariate spatial data," Journal of the American Statistical
Association, 97, 302-317
If your question is there R code to do this, I think the ade4 package
can to the spatial variance partitioning,
but for factor analysis, you are on your own.
Nicholas
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> Dear friends,
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> I wanted to know how to do a principle component analysis (PCA) from
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> I have a list like:
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> geo$xy with coordinates,
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> and geo$data with the data that I want to do the analysis
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