A Simple Test for Zero Multiple CorrelationCoefficient in High-Dimensional Normal Data UsingRandom Projection

By Najarzadeh Dariush
Working Paper (2019)

  • Dariush Najarzadeh

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November 30, 2019

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December 5, 2019

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The PMCC function calculates the squared sample correlation coefficient for projected data. The I and II datasets are the two subsets of Mice Tumor Volumes data, which analysed in the paper.

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