I need to do EFA (evolving factor analysis) to seperate spectrum having several sub factors. What kind of m-file and toolbox should I use for? One of previous student said that he used "evolvfa" m-file, but he couldn't remember the name of toolbolx. I guess that maybe "statistics toolbox", but I am not sure. If any of you can give me a help, I really be appreciated.

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