Evaluation on Integrated Innovation Capability of Regions Based on Principal Component Analysis

Qing-dong LI, Jing NIU


The main carriers of national innovation capacity are the regions which gather the technology, economy, and culture, and the strength of regional innovation capacity indicates the strength of the national innovation capability, so the key to the improvement of the national innovation capacity is to enhance the innovation capacity of every region. Using statistics and statistical software SPSS V17.0 Statistics for principal component analysis, and to analyze and sort the innovation capability for our country’s 15 provinces and municipalities, evaluate the results and put forward policy recommendations related, to provide better ideas for economic development of every region.Key words: comprehensive evaluation; innovation capability of regions; integrated innovation capability; principal component analysis The title, abstract and keywords are being translated into French at present and the French version will be added into the paper later.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720100604.002


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