prince - :crown: Python factor analysis library (PCA, CA, MCA, FAMD)

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Prince uses pandas to manipulate dataframes, as such it expects an initial dataframe to work with. In the following example, a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) is applied to the iris dataset. Under the hood Prince decomposes the dataframe into two eigenvector matrices and one eigenvalue array thanks to a Singular Value Decomposition (SVD). The eigenvectors can then be used to project the initial dataset onto lower dimensions.The first plot displays the rows in the initial dataset projected on to the two first right eigenvectors (the obtained projections are called principal coordinates). The ellipses are 90% confidence intervals.

http://prince.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
https://github.com/MaxHalford/prince

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