To compute the correlation coefficient between two variables (Pearson’s), use the CORREL function. Let’s say for example that a researcher is interested in the relationship between students’ GPA and hour spent studying.
Note that the CORREL function yields the same results as the PEARSON function.
Last Modified: 02/18/2019
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