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Title: Linear transformation, its application in the paper industry
Authors: Surya, P.I.
Chua, T.C. 
Khoo, W.K.
Issue Date: Aug-2002
Citation: Surya, P.I.,Chua, T.C.,Khoo, W.K. (2002-08). Linear transformation, its application in the paper industry. Tappi Journal 1 (8) : 19-21. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: If one variable (y) can be expressed in another variable (y′) such that y′ = a0 + a1y, where a0 and a 1 are constants, we say that y is linearly transformed into y′. Many descriptive measures retain their interpretation through linear transformation. Not only that, if the relationship between y (dependent variable) and x (independent variable) can be expressed using linear regression, the value of regression coefficient of determination; R2, obtained will be exactly the same if y is replaced with y′. Care needs to be exercised when assigning a case as linear transformation, because it may appear to be; actually, it is not.
Source Title: Tappi Journal
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