By James O. Ramsay, Bernard W. Silverman
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The principal component scores of the individuals in the sample are the values zi given by zi = ξ(t)Yi (t)dt. 2) 24 2. Life Course Data in Criminology The aim of simple PCA is to ﬁnd the weight function ξ1 (t) that maximizes the variance of the principal component scores zi subject to the constraint ξ(t)2 dt = 1. 3) Without a constraint of this kind, we could make the variance as large as we liked simply by multiplying ξ by a large quantity. The second-, third-, and higher-order principal components are deﬁned in the same way, but with additional constraints.
We can examine the cycle within individual years, and also see more clearly how the structure of the transfer has changed throughout the twentieth century. 5 phase-plane plots the year 1964, a year in a relatively stable period for the index. To read the plot, ﬁnd the lower-case “j” in the middle right of the plot, and move around the diagram clockwise, noting the letters indicating the months as you go. You will see that there are two large cycles surrounding zero, plus some small cycles that are much closer to the origin.
The smoothing parameter was set to α = 10−5 . 28 2. Life Course Data in Criminology The ﬁrst quantiﬁes the general level of criminal activity throughout later adolescence and adulthood. A high scorer on this component would show especially above-average activity in the years from age 18 to age 30. It is interesting that this increased diﬀerence is not in the teenage years when the general level is very high anyway. High scorers on this component are above average during late adolescence but not markedly so; it is in their late teens and twenties that they depart most strongly from the mean.
Applied Functional Data Analysis (Springer Series in Statistics) by James O. Ramsay, Bernard W. Silverman