Pearson’s correlation coefficient – how to interpret it?

Things to remember Pearson’s correlation coefficient r measures the strength and direction of a mutual relationship between two continuous variables. negative values of r = negative correlation (e.g. r = -.342) positive values of r = positive correlation (e.g. r = .512) The r closer to 1 or -1, the stronger correlation Coefficients r close to 0 Read more about Pearson’s correlation coefficient – how to interpret it?[…]

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