By J. Edward Jackson
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3), which is an indication that a particular observation vector cannot be adequately characterized by the subset of pc's one chose to use. This result can occur either because too few pc's were retained to produce a good model or because the observation is, truly, an outlier from the model. It is also possible in repetitive operations, such as quality control, that the underlying covariance 36 PCA WITH MORE THAN TWO VARIABLES structure and its associated vector space may change with time. This would lead to a general lack-of-fit by the originally defined pc's.
Scatter plots of combinations of the unretained pc's 3. Plots of retained vs. unretained pc's Related work on gamma plots was done by Wilk et al. ( 1962) and Wilk and Gnanadesikan (1964). "e given by Andrews ( 1979) in connection with robustness and by Daniel and Wood (1971), which, while designed for regression, have applications in PCA as well. 8 WHEN TO STOP? 1 Introdnction One of the greatest uses of PCA is its potential ability to adequately represent a p-variable data set ink< p dimensions.