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st: cluster analysis and canonical correlation


From   Sunny Munn <sunnymunn21@gmail.com>
To   statalist <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: cluster analysis and canonical correlation
Date   Fri, 14 Oct 2011 22:15:41 -0400

> I have used cluster analysis to create groups of organizations based
> on organizational culture within stata.  My next step is to determine
> the impact of a set of IV's (2-16) on a set of DV's (5). I am trying
> to determine which method is best canonical correlation, MANCOVA or
> multivariate multiple regression but have some limitations due to
> sample size(s). My original sample size was 168 and the three groups
> resulted in 49, 53 and 66. In any case I need to run the analysis
> based on the three groups obtained in the cluster analysis and I am
> not sure how to do this for anything besides a simple sort command or
> without creating three separate samples and running each analysis
> separately. Can anyone offer any advice? I am open to new methods if
> there are any suggestions. Specific commands would also be helpful as
> I am just learning Stata.
>
> thanks!
>
> sunny
>

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