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The four Fisher's discriminant models (FDMs) had high eingenvalues and high accumulated variances, not only for the two discriminant functions (DFs) (Table 2), but for the three DFs (VF - 88%, PS - 96%, no QCSP - 91%, and IMBR - 100%, nonpresented data).
Three chronosequences (VF, PS, and IMBR) had high values (>90%) of correct classifications of the soil features in the forest ages, where QCSP had the lowest correct classification (80%) (Table 3).