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Ideally, a rather visible gap should separate the two kinds of eigenvalues. The gap can be visualized by plotting the eigenvalues in descending order: a sudden fall should appear right after the P th eigenvalue. If the gap is not visible, plotting minus the logarithm of the normalized eigenvalues may help: 0 ≤ − log λd . 32) In this plot, the intrinsic dimension is indicated by a sudden ascent. Unfortunately, when the data dimensionality D is high, there may also be numerous latent variables showing a wide spectrum of variances.
In this case, the latent variables will be retrieved up to a permutation and a scaling factor. Additionally, if all latent variables have a Gaussian distribution but W is any matrix, then PCA can still retrieve a set of variables along orthogonal directions. The explanation is that a set of any linear combinations of Gaussian distributions is always equivalent to a set of orthogonal combinations of Gaussian distributions (see Appendix B). From a statistical point of view, PCA decorrelates the observed variables y by diagonalizing the (sample) covariance matrix.
This is usually done when the observed variables come from various origins and have very diﬀerent variances. 4 Example: Principal component analysis 33 The standardization allows PCA not to consider observed variables with small variances as being noise and not to discard them in the dimensionality reduction. On the other hand, the standardization can sometimes amplify variables that are really negligible. User knowledge is very useful to decide if a scaling is necessary. 5 Examples and limitations of PCA In order to illustrate the capabilities as well the limitations of PCA, toy examples may be artiﬁcially generated.