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TABLE 1. The latent roots and vectors of the stratigraphically lower (i.e., older, 1810 m) sample of Brizalina.

 

Percentages of the latent roots

1

2

3

4

59.127

37.825

2.051

0.997

Latent vectors by columns

1

2

3

4

0.628

0.000

0.499

0.598

0.182

0.738

-0.580

0.293

0.096

0.623

0.544

-0.554

0.751

-0.259

-0.345

-0.500

 

TABLE 2. The latent roots and vectors of the stratigraphically younger core-sample of Brizalina (i.e., 1718 m)

 

Percentages of the latent roots

1

2

3

4

61.441

29.275

6.181

3.102

Latent vectors by columns

1

2

3

4

0.387

0.651

0.139

-0.638

0.367

-0.134

0.878

0.276

0.764

-0.521

-0.353

-0.145

0.365

0.535

-0.291

0.704

 

TABLE 3. Latent roots and vectors for five taxonomic distance traits (N = 18) for the species of ostracods Neobuntonia airella, Oligocene, Bells Headland, Victoria, Australia ( McKenzie et al., 1991).

 

Latent roots

Latent vectors by rows

Root No.

Percent

1

2

3

4

5

1.

0.01306 (81.48%)

0.1627

0.2506

0.9270

0.1609

0.1596

2.

0.00244 (15.20%)

0.4782

0.5868

-0.3690

0.4752

0.2549

3.

0.00031 (1.94%)

0.0558

-0.6911

0.0012

0.5456

0.4708

4.

0.00015 (0.95%)

0.0480

0.0677

-0.0585

-0.6022

0.7919

5.

0.00007 (0.43%)

-0.8600

0.3327

-0.0330

0.2965

0.2467

 

TABLE 4. The "Peronian" components of the first latent vector for Brizalina for sampling levels of the Ikang borehole cores.

 

Depth of Sample

Components of the first latent vector

(in metres)

1

2

3

4

1718

0.387

0.367

0.764

0.365

1740

0.621

0.146

0.200

0.744

1763

0.621

0.383

0.307

0.611

1787

0.558

0.456

0.284

0.633

1810

0.628

0.182

0.096

0.751

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