Pemodelan Principal Component Regression dengan Software R
Keywords:multicollinear, principal component regression, R software.
Principal Component Regression (PCR) is one method to handle multicollinear problems. PCR produces principal components that have a VIF less than ten. The purpose for this research is to obtained PCR model using R software. The result is a model of PCR with two principal components and determination coefficients R(square) = 97,27%.
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