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DATA 410 - Multivariate Analysis


5 CR

Introduce various statistical methods for analyzing more than one outcome variable and understanding the relationships between variables. Topics include a variety of multivariate models such as MANOVA, discriminant functions, canonical correlation, and cluster analysis. The focus will be on real world examples from a variety of sources and using statistical software.

Recommended: DATA 460   or DA 460.
Prerequisite(s):MATH 342  with a C or better and DATA 333  or ISIT 333 with a C or better or permission of the instructor.

Course Outcomes
- Identify the common multivariate analysis methods, and their advantages and limitations.

- Evaluate the relevant aspects of a real-world data set and choose an appropriate type of multivariate analysis method

- Formulate, fit, and apply models using


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