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Table 3 Canonical loadings of individual variables in their respective canonical variates for the first canonical solution of the CCA

From: Potential risk factors associated with human encephalitis: application of canonical correlation analysis

Canonical Loadings (Structural Coefficients)
Exposure and Demographic Variables   Symptom and Diagnostic Variables  
   Sex (male) 0.03    Abnormal CT 0.07
   Age (≤ 10) 0.94    Abnormal MRI 0.08
   Animal Contact -0.04    Abnormal EEG 0.22
   Tick Bite 0.05    Abnormal Glucose -0.19
   Mosquito Bite 0.11    Abnormal Protein -0.39
   Insect Bite -0.08    Abnormal WCC -0.52
   Immunization 0.27    Lethargy 0.27
   Recent Infection -0.10    Irritability 0.28
   Travel Abroad -0.06    PB Change -0.36
   Travel UK -0.13    Seizure 0.24
   Raw Fish -0.05    Stiff Neck -0.12
   Untreated Water -0.05    Headache -0.51
   Water Exposure 0.18    Fever -0.03
   Head Trauma 0.13    Focal-Neurological -0.06
   Sick Person Contact 0.47    Coma 0.001
      Neurological -0.24
      GI Symptoms 0.08
      Respiratory 0.13
      Confusion -0.50
      Rash 0.11
      Photophobia -0.18
      Urinary -0.11
      Hospital Stay (≤ 50 days) 0.30
      Duration of illness (≤ 100 days) 0.30
  1. A correlation of ρ = 0.71 (p-value = 0.01) is obtained for the first canonical correlation.