If you are unsure how to interpret your PCA results, or how to check for linearity, carry out transformations using SPSS Statistics, or conduct additional PCA procedures in SPSS Statistics such as Forced Factor Extraction (see Step #4 ), we show you how to do this in our enhanced PCA guide. We also show you how to write up the results from your assumptions tests and PCA output if you need to report this in a dissertation/thesis, assignment or research report. We do this using the Harvard and APA styles. You can learn more about our enhanced content here .
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