Multidimensional scaling technique for analysis of magnetic storms at Indian observatories
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Multidimensional scaling is a powerful technique for analysis of data. The latitudinal dependence of geomagnetic field variation in horizontal component (H) during magnetic storms is analysed in this paper by employing this technique.
KeywordsMultidimensional scaling covering distance storm time range
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