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    can anyone help me please?

    so i have number of

    explicit corrective feedback as 356 and uptake 123

    number of implicit corrective feedback as 323 and uptake 89

    is there anything I can use to calcualte the significance of each corrective feedback with uptake?

    I have looked at pearsons coefficienct but it needs more data? im confused

    thanks
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    i don't know what you're talking about.
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    (Original post by Chewwy)
    i don't know what you're talking about.
    dont blame u really..what I need to know is how to calculate the relationship between two variables...but I ony have one sample for each?
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    (Original post by G_S)
    dont blame u really..what I need to know is how to calculate the relationship between two variables...but I ony have one sample for each?
    Why can't you calculate a standard correlation coefficient if you have data for both variables?
 
 
 
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