# Correlations

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#1
right so i have 3 R² values, can someone help with what they mean and how to interpret them etc?

the first is 0.08042
the second is 0.75287
the third is 0.55102
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4 years ago
#2
Is that correlation coefficients? If so:
+1 is perfect positive correlation
0 is no correlation
-1 is perfect negative correlation

So if it's closer to 1, it's a strong +ve correlation etc.
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#3
(Original post by ambershell27)
Is that correlation coefficients? If so:
+1 is perfect positive correlation
0 is no correlation
-1 is perfect negative correlation

So if it's closer to 1, it's a strong +ve correlation etc.
so you know the 0.08 correlation, on the graph it shows a weak positive correlation from the plotted points but obviously the value of 0.08 is negative??
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4 years ago
#4
What do you mean? 0 < 0.08, so it is positive?
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#5
(Original post by ambershell27)
What do you mean? 0 < 0.08, so it it positive?
i dont have a clue
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4 years ago
#6
positive and close to 1 -strong positive correlation
positive and close to 0 - weak positive correlation
negative and close to 0 - weak negative correlation
negative and close to 1 - strong negative correlation
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#7
(Original post by ambershell27)
positive and close to 1 -strong positive correlation
positive and close to 0 - weak positive correlation
negative and close to zero - weak negative correlation
negative and close to 1 - strong negative correlation
oh okay i get you, thanks. is there anything else you can add to a correlations analysis?
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4 years ago
#8
If the question just asks you to analyse those numbers, then not really.
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#9
(Original post by ambershell27)
If the question just asks you to analyse those numbers, then not really.
there is no question i just have to interpret them and the scatter graph
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