Canonical analysis assesses the combined effects of a set of predictor variables on a set of outcome variables, but is little used in clinical trials despite the omnipresence of multiple variables.
KeywordsCanonical Correlation Multiple Variable Canonical Model Manifest Variable Separate Variable
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