9- Data and the Deathly Hallows

Apr 29, 2019

Sup guys! So this week I (tried to) read more about PCA, and learned how I could potentially figure out the driving variables in the PCA clustering. HOWEVER, a dire sickness diverted my attention from this honorable goal.

Not making any accusations, but when I wore my Berkeley engineer shirt to my lab at Stanford, I mysteriously came home with a high fever. Weird, huh?

Anyways, I will attempt to implement the methods I found online to investigate my PCA plot. However, I will probably need to re-plot the PCA with a different package which allows me to run more analyses on the plot and its variables. Will keep you updated!

3 Replies to “9- Data and the Deathly Hallows”

  1. Eva P. says:

    Hey Shreya! It’s great to hear that you are trying to see which variables are particularly responsible for the clustering pattern.

  2. Arjun V. says:

    This is so cool! I love the cartoons.

  3. Cindy K. says:

    Can’t wait to hear more about what you’re going to do next and good luck with the reading!

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