[R] centroid representation and MANOVA

From: julien colomb <julien.colomb_at_fu-berlin.de>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 16:41:29 +0200


hi all.

I have a matrix of data with 5 different groups and 20 individual response per group, and about 12 variables collected for each. I want to represent the result in a 2D plot. PCA is not so good because the difference between the groups is not obvious. I have seen, in a recent paper, people doing a MANOVA and representing it in a centroid plot (they used Matlab to do it).
I would like to do the same with R, but don't know what to do after the MANOVA... and nothing can be found in the Archives.

Any suggestions?

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Dr. Julien Colomb



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