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Discriminant analysis

Example | Educational Science
Does physical training influence motoric skills of primary school pupils?
Example | Biology
Do environmental and social factors explain the abundance (decrease, no change, and increase) of specific species?
Example | Business
What organizational and contextual factors differentiate innovative from non-innovative companies?
Example | Psychology
Can competencies and personality traits explain career success?
Example | Political Science
Who is voting for what political party?
Example | Medicine
What differentiates benign and malignant micro-calcifications in mammograms?

Discriminant analysis is a multivariate procedure for the analysis of group differences. It allows examining the difference between two or more groups with respect to a variety of variables in order to answer questions such as: Do the considered groups differ significantly from each other with respect to the variables? Which variables are suitable or unsuitable for distinguishing between the groups?