Principal Components Analysis with "R" (Part: 001)

December 7, 2011

(This article was first published on NIR-Quimiometría, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

This is the first “post” of my new adventure with a software that I consider very interesting and that give to people the oportunity to work with Chemometrics (“R” is free).
To follow these examples, yo can download the following article:
“Multivariate Statistical Analysis using the R package chemometrics

Decidimos seleccionar 5 CP, que explican casi el 80% de las varianza en este ejemplo.
We decided to select 5 PCs, which explain almost the 80% of the variance for this example.

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