Analisis Rotasi Ortogonal pada Teknik Analisis Faktor Menggunakan Metode Procrustes

Himayati Himayati, Ni Wayan Switrayni, Desy Komalasari, Nurul Fitriyani

Abstract


Factor analysis is a multivariate statistical method that tries to explain the relationship between a number of independent variables by grouping these variables into factors. With this grouping, the existing variables will be easier to interpret. In increasing the power of factor interpretation, a matrix loading factor transformation must be performed. The transformation can be done by choosing the method that is in orthogonal rotation, the varimax or quartimax or equamax method. In order to find out which rotation techniques is the most appropriate, the minimum square distance values () generated from the procrustes method used. In this study three data were used from the results of the questionnaire, for data I obtain the value of the minimum distance squared with a varimax rotation that is  with ; for data II obtain the value of the minimum distance squared with a quartimax rotation that is  with ; for data III obtain the value of the minimum distance squared with a varimax rotation that is  with .

Keywords


Equamax; Procrustes; Quartimax; Varimax

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29303/emj.v3i1.66

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