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Behav PLS: # of Variables vs. # of Subjects
Posted on 02/11/20 14:32:53
Number of posts: 1
jstark posts:

For Behavioral PLS correlation, do you need your number of variables in total (matrix X + Y) to be less than your number of subjects or does the number of subjects only need to be less than matrix Y? Where X is the brain data (or in our case, health data) and the Y matrix is cognition measures. 


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Posted on 02/11/20 14:43:15
Number of posts: 393
rmcintosh replies:

For stability of the correlation structure, you want the number of behaviours to be less than the number of subjects

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