Re: [R] Fisher's method in discriminant analysis

From: C NL <cniharral_rhelp_at_yahoo.es>
Date: Wed 07 Sep 2005 - 17:35:49 EST


Hi,

   I read your answer and the message you pointed me at, and you talked about the page 347 of the book MASS 3 in your posting as a place where the Fisher's method was mentioned. The thing is that I don't have that book, so I would like to ask you if you can give me that information. If you don't, do you know any other resource where I can search for it?

   I'm desperately looking for information related to how to obtain Fisher's classification functions, and I don't know if it is too obvious or simply I'm not finding what I need.

   Thanks a lot and sorry for my insistence.

Regards Carlos

> See this thread
>
http://finzi.psych.upenn.edu/R/Rhelp02a/archive/34951.html
>
> Sorry, my memory has not improved since then but
> there are others on
> this list who know better this than myself.
>
> Regards, Adai
>
>
>
> On Mon, 2005-09-05 at 18:15 +0200, C NL wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm using mda library to solve a discriminant
> > analysis. I get results, but the thing is that I
> want
> > to use Fisher's method to obtain the
> classification
> > functions and I'm lost in what I should do:
> libraries
> > to use, ... Can anybody give me a clue??
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > Carlos Niharra López
> >
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