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About Bivariate Correlation and Linear Regression

Show simple item record DeVries, Jessica 2008-12-13T02:40:34Z 2008-12-13T02:40:34Z 2007
dc.description.abstract Bivariate correlation refers to an expression that indicates the direction and magnitude of the relationship between two continuous variables. Simple linear regression is the analysis of the relationship among two variables for the purpose of understanding how one variable may predict the other variable
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Bivariate Correlation en_US
dc.subject linear regression en_US
dc.subject regression line en_US
dc.subject regression equation en_US
dc.subject Pearson en_US
dc.subject Spearman en_US
dc.subject correlation coefficient en_US
dc.subject coefficient of determination en_US
dc.subject Linear Regression en_US
dc.title About Bivariate Correlation and Linear Regression en
dc.type Learning Object en
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