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The principal components are equal to the right singular values if you first scale the data by subtracting the column mean and dividing each column by its standard deviation (that can be done with the ***() function in R).

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The principal components are equal to the right singular values if you first scale the data by subtracting the column mean and dividing each column by its standard deviation (that can be done with the scale() function in R).

Question

The principal components are equal to the right singular values if you first scale the data by subtracting the column mean and dividing each column by its standard deviation (that can be done with the ***() function in R).

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Question

The principal components are equal to the right singular values if you first scale the data by subtracting the column mean and dividing each column by its standard deviation (that can be done with the ***() function in R).

Answer

The principal components are equal to the right singular values if you first scale the data by subtracting the column mean and dividing each column by its standard deviation (that can be done with the scale() function in R).

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