Resolution:
standard / ## Figure 1.
Contributions (S1_{1}, S2_{1}, S3_{1}) of the first eigenvectors of two sample matrices to the three sums used to measure
the differentiation between these matrices in six hypothetical two-variable situations
differing in matricesâ€™ shape and orientation. The ellipse axesâ€™ lengths in the graphics represent the magnitude of the eigenvalues
and the orientation of the eigenvectors in the two samples. The straight lines mark
the first eigenvectors. The tables in the middle column contain the variances explained
by the first eigenvectors obtained in each sample when calculated in the two data
sets. Details about the generation of the used matrices are given in Appendix 2.
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