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statlover
Level I

How to do multivariate comparisons in JMP?

I would like to know how to do the following type of comparisons on Multivariate data:

1. Comparison to a standard value

2. Two Sample comparison

3. Paired comparison on multivariate data

 

I could not see any previous discussion on this topic. Can someone help?

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P_Bartell
Level VI

Re: How to do multivariate comparisons in JMP?

I suggest checking out the Fit Y by X platform. Here's an entry point into the large volume of information in the JMP online documentation. You'll need to drill down for the various issues you'd like to explore...but this will get you started:

 

https://www.jmp.com/support/help/en/15.1/#page/jmp/introduction-to-fit-y-by-x.shtml#

 

 

 

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KarenC
Super User

Re: How to do multivariate comparisons in JMP?

To add to Peter...paired comparisons are called "Matched Pairs" in JMP and are under the Analyze>Specialized Models menu. The other two options you are looking for are under the Fit Y by X platform as Peter mentioned.
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statlover
Level I

Re: How to do multivariate comparisons in JMP?

Hi Karen and Peter,

Thanks for your suggestion. But this is not what I am exactly looking for. I am looking for Multivariate comparison which uses Hotelling T Square test. 

Under the ANALYZE > MULTIVARIATE menu there is an option to Hotelling T-square  for One Sample to Standard comparison. So I am now looking for Two Sample Hotelling T-square and Paired Hotelling T-square tests.

 

Thanks,

SL

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