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a logical or natural association between two or more things

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Highly significant correlation was observed between grain yield thousand grain weight and biological yield.
Summary: Agreement and correlation are widely-used concepts that assess the association between variables.
The current study was planned to explore the correlation between organizational climate of secondary schools and secondary school teachers' job satisfaction.
This correlation decreases during extreme market circumstances, particularly during market crashes.
The detail in these non-related areas may reduce the accuracy of the overall correlation score and rank in a database search.
At the same time that long-short equity hedge funds have been rallying, the so-called intrastock correlation has been falling.
He evaluated correlation between financial relation and yearly output through regression method.
Correlation coefficient is an inference statistic that is often used to quantify a relationship between two continuous variables in many medical studies.
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.
In the study by Massey (2012) in this issue, the author used a Pearson's correlation to determine if there was a relationship between first flatus and return of bowel sounds.
A Pearson correlation coefficient was calculated to determine the relationship between attempted calls and established calls in Yola.
Abstract: Authors present the discrimination performances of amplitude and phase-only Fourier correlation over the "twin" typed GC-spectra of sheep milk and ripened cheese.
Tetrachoric correlation is a special case of analysis of the statistical covariation between two variables measured on a dichotomous scale, but assuming an underlying bivariate normal distribution.