A Test for Determining Which of Two Variables is Better for Predicting a Third Variable

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Baten, William Dowell   (1961, ASQC)   Michigan State University

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 18    No. 3
QICID: 4552    September 1961    pp. 15
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Article Abstract

Sometimes it is necessary to determine whether or not one variable is better than another variable for predicting a third variable. Hotelling's test is applied to determine whether flavor scores or texture scores are better for predicting desirability of fish.

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