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a logical or natural association between two or more things

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Additionally, Correlations works on a reference system.
The main aim of the research was to explore the correlation between organizational climate and job satisfaction of teachers in Punjab Pakistan.
6) Figure 3 plots the ES-implied correlations between China and the two countries in North America.
After trimming processing to remove unrelated correlations areas, the final image size is reduced to 700 x 700 pixel with an estimated pixel spacing of 5.
While falling correlations help long-short equity hedge fund managers, it's not enough.
Analysis of correlation between the metrics can help researcher to investigate the determinants of key variables, such as traffic identification and further better understand the behavior of network traffic.
Other correlations coefficients will test non-linear relationships or those not measured at the interval level, such as phi coefficient, point biserial correlation coefficient, and others (Lang & Secic, 2006).
A Pearson correlation coefficient was calculated for the relationship between attempted calls and congested calls made in Yola.
Key words: phase-only, Fourier correlation, GC-spectra, sheep milk.
The objective of the present study is to develop a suitable correlation for predicting oil formation volume factor (Bo) as a function of solution gas oil ratio, stock tank oil relative density, reservoir temperature based on laboratory analyzed PVT data collected from different wells for parts of oil fields of Upper Assam Basin (Figure-1).
Notice that this matrix is very different than the Pearson's correlations matrix displayed in Figure 8 (equivalent to the Phi coefficients).
a comparative emphasis of the correlations between the indicators resulted through the assessment with the modified Miron Georgescu board between girls and boys.
Randomized complete block design (RCBD), Correlation, Path coefficient, Morphological traits
Agreement and correlation are widely used concepts in the medical literature.