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Discriminant function analysis or discriminatory analysis is often used to determine variables that discriminate two or more naturally occurring groups of objects. One of the examples of application of discriminatory analysis is for a researcher to investigate which variables discriminate between high school students who will decide to either go to college, attend a trade school, or to go looking for a job without any further education. This particular example of analysis can be achieved by researcher collecting data on variables prior to students’ graduation and using discriminatory analysis to determine which variables are the best predictors of students’ educational choice.
Another application of discriminatory analysis is in medicine. For example, a medical researcher can record variables related to patients’ background in order to find out which ones predict whether a patient will recover fully, partially or will not recover at all. At the same time, discriminatory analysis can be used in biology. Firstly, researcher can record different characteristics of similar types of plants or flowers, and then perform a discriminatory analysis to determine characteristics that allow to discriminate between the species.
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As you can see, discriminatory analysis can be very useful in helping researchers determine variables that allow discriminating between different groups as well as for classifying cases into different groups. If you are looking for a service that offers assistance with discriminatory analysis, then you have come to the right place, because STATA Help uses STATA software that can perform discriminatory analysis and employs degreed and licensed statisticians which are capable of performing such analysis. STATA Help is here to take the burden of discriminatory analysis off your shoulders, so place an order with us and STATA Help will take good care of your data.