positive correlation


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positive correlation

[′päz·əd·iv ‚kä·rə′lā·shən]
(statistics)
A relation between two quantities such that when one increases the other does also.
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The first describes previous work on asymmetric information, in particular the widely used positive correlation test.
Figure 6 shows significant positive correlations between air-dry density and CS observed in all species.
Let's say that we find a significant positive correlation between widget sales and the number of local people aged 15 to 17 and no significant correlation with any of the other factors.
After the students understand a positive correlation, we move on to describe a negative correlation.
00), while it had a significant positive correlation with separation (r = .
Findings of the report include: n 90 per cent of arts donors give from pounds 1- pounds 1,000 a year n Individual Giving to the arts has more than doubled since 2000/01 - an increase of 128 per cent n The research shows that there is a positive correlation between ticket buyers and donors, with most supporters visiting at least 3 times a year.
Oil's positive correlation to equities has been the most striking in decades, but it will end, probably when economic recovery becomes a reality rather than an expectation.
lt;p>As for property sales in Abu Dhabi, the analysis shows a positive correlation between price performance and proximity to the capital's center, which means Sorouh's properties on Al Reem Island are likely to outperform developments built on off-shore islands.
Several other papers confirm the positive correlation between the CPI and the IP at short forecast horizons.