Statistical Software SAMMIF for Sensitivity Analysis in Multivariate Methods
SAMMIF (Sensitivity Analysis in Multivariate Methods based on Influence Functions) is a statistical package for sensitivity analysis in multivariate methods in which diagnostics statistics are obtained for detecting influential observations and influential directions on the basis of both influence function approach and Cook’s local influence approach. SAMMIF is designed to provide useful graphical user interface and some options for both beginners and specialists. The current version 1.0 performs sensitivity analysis fully in principal component analysis, canonical correlation analysis and exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses with some new diagnostics functions for the analyses. Practical examples illustrate that users can analyze the influence of observations without difficulties.
KeywordsCanonical Correlation Analysis Influence Function Multivariate Method Principal Component Score Perform Sensitivity Analysis
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