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Bryan Hanson hanson at depauw.edu
Mon Jul 15 13:18:49 CEST 2013

Look at the package chemometrics, it can certainly handle your number of variables (p > n is what that's called and it requires special considerations).  I don't recall about missing values.  The authors of that package also have a very helpful text.  Good Luck. Bryan

On Jul 14, 2013, at 10:50 PM, kiran subedi <keasans at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am a researcher in chemistry. I have to do pls-da for some of my samples.
> The number of variables for my sample is 4000 . The categorical variable
> has two classes. Some of the values are missing (cant find out).
> I s there any package for R (or any illustration that would be helpful) to
> perform PLS-DA in R by ignoring the missing values.
> Thank you
> kiran
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