THE GENERAL LINEAR MODEL IN MAP PREPARATION AND ANALYSIS, PART II.
NORTHWESTERN UNIV EVANSTON ILL DEPT OF GEOLOGY
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The general linear model is the connecting thread that weaves through many aspects of map preparation, map analysis, and map interpretation. The Q-mode factor map and the discriminant function map are examples. The general linear model is also the basis for polynomial and Fourier map-analysis models, both of which are widely used in a variety of geological fields. Coefficient space, developed in AD-655 445, is further examined here, and the extension of map analysis to the estimation of trends in coefficient matrices is introduced with an example. Author
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