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# LANGKAH-LANGKAH ANALISIS

 Analisis Diskriminan Mengetahui variabel-variabel yang mampu membedakan 2 kelompok atau lebih Diskriptif Mean dan Variansi Diperkuat oleh Uji F (Analisis Variasi) Membuat Fungsi Diskriminan Manfaat : Mengetahui variabel yang paling dominan Mengetahui besar kontribusi variabel  pengelompokkan Validitas : Tingkat kebenaran dengan melihat klasifikasi

# ANALYSIS

Group Statistics

 Total INCOME 51.2167 12.79523 30 30.000 TRAVEL 4.8667 1.97804 30 30.000 VACATION 4.9333 2.09981 30 30.000 HSIZE 3.5667 1.33089 30 30.000 AGE 51.9333 8.57395 30 30.000
15
7.55115
15
15.000
1.95180
15
15.000
2.05171
15 15.000
.94112
15
15.000
8.27101
15
15.000
9.83065
Valid N (listw ise)
15.000
1.91982
15
15.000
1.82052 15
15.000
1.23443
15
15.000
8.77062
15
15.000
Std. Deviation
Unw eighted
Weighted
41.9133
4.3333
4.0667
2.8000
50.1333
60.5200
5.4000
5.8000
VACATION
4.3333
53.7333
AGE
HSIZE
Mean
2.00 INCOME
TRAVEL
VISIT
1.00 INCOME
TRAVEL
VACATION
HSIZE
AGE

Tests of Equality of Group Means

df1

TRAVEL
F
Lambda
.824
5.990
.657
14.636
Wilks'
.954
1.338
INCOME
HSIZE
VACATION
AGE
.453
33.796
.925
2.277
1
1
1
1
1
df2
28 .021
28 .257
28 .001
28 .143
28 .000
Sig.

Pooled Within-Groups M atrices

Correlation
-.014
-.197
INCOME
TRAVEL
VACATION
HSIZE
AGE
.089
INCOME
TRAVEL
1.000
.197
-.017
.197
1.000
.091
.084
1.000 .070
.084
.091
VACATION
.017
.070
1.000 -.043
-.043
HSIZE
.089
-.017
1.000
-.197
.017
-.014
AGE

# Summary of Canonical Discriminant Functions

Eigenvalues

• 100.0 .801

% of Variance

Cumulative %

Canonical

Correlation

100.0

a
1.786
1
Function
Eigenvalue
• a. First 1 canonical discriminant functions w ere used in the analysis.

Wilks' Lam bda

• 1 .359

26.130

• 5 .000

Test of Function(s)
Wilks'
Lambda
Chi-square
df
Sig.

andardized Canonical Discrim inant Function Coefficient

.209
.469
.233
.096
.743
AGE
VACATION
TRAVEL
INCOME
HSIZE
Function
1

Structure Matrix

 Function 1 .822 .541 .346 .213 .164
AGE
TRAVEL
VACATION
INCOME
HSIZE

Pooled w ithin-groups correlations betw een discriminating variables and standardized canonical discriminant functions Variables ordered by absolute size of correlation w ithin functio

anonical Discrim inant Function Coefficient

.085
.050
.120
.427
.025
-7.975
1
Function

TRAVEL

INCOME

VACATION

HSIZE

AGE

(Constant)

Unstandardized coefficients

unctions at Group Centroids

 Function 1 1.291 -1.291
2.00
1.00
VISIT

Unstandardized canonical discriminant functions evaluated at group means

# Classification Statistics

lassification Function Coefficients

 .678 .459 1.509 1.381 .938 .628 3.322 2.218 .832 .768 -57.532 -36.936
(Constant)
AGE
HSIZE
VACATION
TRAVEL
INCOME
VISIT
2.00
1.00

Fisher's linear discriminant functions

Class ification Re sults b,c

 VISIT 1 2 Total Original Count 1.00 12 3 15 2.00 0 15 15 % 1.00 80 20 100.0 2.00 0 100 100.0 Cross-validated a Count 1.00 11 4 15 2.00 2 13 15 % 1.00 73.3 26.7 100.0 2.00 13.3 86.7 100.0
 Predicted Group Membership
• a. Cross validation is done only for those cases in the analysis. In cross validation, each case is classified by the functions derived from all cases other than that case.

• b. 90.0% of original grouped cases correctly classified.

• c. 80.0% of cross-validated grouped cases correctly classified.

# Tabel 2 : Result of Three-Group Discriminant Analysis

Group Statistics

50.3000
50.1100
4.0000
4.2000
49.5000
3.4000
38.5700
4.5000
4.7000
3.1000
VACATION
1.00 INCOME
TRAVEL
HSIZE
AGE
2.00 INCOME
TRAVEL
VACATION
HSIZE
AGE
Mean
AMAOUNT
10.000
8.61434
10
10.000
1.19722 10
10.000
30 30.000
1.66333
10
10.000
1.13529
10
1.97804
7.60117
10
10.000
12.79523 30
30.000
8.57395
30 30.000
1.33089
30 30.000
2.09981
30 30.000
HSIZE
5.9000
64.9700
6.1000
3.00 INCOME
TRAVEL
VACATION
HSIZE
INCOME
TRAVEL
VACATION
4.8667
AGE
Total
AGE
4.2000
56.0000
51.2167
51.9333
3.5667
4.9333
10
8.09732 10
10.000
6.00231
10
10.000
2.35702
10
10.000
2.48551
10
10.000
1.50555
10
10.000
9.25263
Valid N (listw ise)
10.000
5.29718 10
10.000
1.71594
10
10.000
1.88856
10
10.000
1.19722
10
10.000
Std. Deviation
Unw eighted
Weighted

Tests of Equality of Group Means

df1

TRAVEL
F
Lambda
.881
1.830
.874
1.944
Wilks'
.882
1.804
INCOME
HSIZE
VACATION
AGE
.262
37.997
.788
3.634
2
2
2
2
2
df2
27 .180
27 .184
27 .163
27 .040
27 .000
Sig.

Pooled Within-Groups M atrices

Correlation
-.209
-.340
INCOME
TRAVEL
VACATION
HSIZE
AGE
.380
INCOME
TRAVEL
1.000
.051
.005
.051
1.000
.307
.036
1.000 .221
.036
.307
VACATION
-.013
.221
1.000 -.025
-.025
HSIZE
.380
.005
1.000
-.340
-.013
-.209
AGE

# Summary of Canonical Discriminant Functions

Eigenvalues

Cumulative %

Correlation
Canonical

93.9

• 93.9 .890

6.1

• 100.0 .445

• 1 3.819 a

.247 a

2

Function
Eigenvalue
% of Variance
• a. First 2 canonical discriminant functions w ere used in the analysis.

Wilks' Lam bda

4 .238
.166
44.831
10 .000
2 .802
5.517
1 through 2
Test of Function(s)
Wilks'
Lambda
Chi-square
df
Sig.

andardized Canonical Discrim inant Function Coefficient

 2
INCOME
TRAVEL
VACATION
HSIZE
AGE
1
Function

Structure Matrix

.856 *
-.278
.193 *
.077
.219
.588 *
.149
.454 *
.166
.341 *
• 1 2

Function

VACATION
INCOME
HSIZE
TRAVEL
AGE

Pooled w ithin-groups correlations betw een discriminating

variables and standardized canonical discriminant functions

Variables ordered by absolute size of correlation w ithin functio

*.

Largest absolute correlation betw een each variable and

any discriminant function

anonical Discrim inant Function Coefficient

HSIZE

INCOME

VACATION

TRAVEL

(Constant)

AGE

 .154 -.062 .187 .422 .261 -.127 .100 .059 .063 -11.094 -3.792
Function
2
1

Unstandardized coefficients

Functions at Group Centroids

• 1 2

Function

AMAOUNT

.240
-2.041
.418
-.405
-.659
2.446
1.00
2.00
3.00

Unstandardized canonical discriminant functions evaluated at group means

# Classification Statistics

Classification Results b,c

0

• 1.00 9

1

Predicted Group Membership

• 1.00 2.00

0

10

• 2.00 1

9

AMAOUNT

10

• 3.00 0

2

8

10

Count

• 3.00 Total

 100.0 100.0 100.0 2.00
 90.0 10.0 .0 10.0 90.0 .0 .0 20.0 80.0 7 3 0 4 5 1 0 2 8 70.0 30.0 .0 40.0 50.0 10.0 .0 20.0 80.0

Cross-validated a

Original
• a. Cross validation is done only for those cases in the analysis. In cross validation,

each case is classified by the functions derived from all cases other than that case.

• b. 86.7% of original grouped cases correctly classified.

• c. 66.7% of cross-validated grouped cases correctly classified.