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correlation table

[‚kär·ə′lā·shən ‚tā·bəl]
(statistics)
A table designed to categorize paired quantitative data; used to calculate correlation coefficients.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To outline the relative effect of the variation in cement content, percent addition and curing time on the cold crushing strength of samples, correlation tables were established.
Therefore, the hypothesis was tested through Pearson correlation and the significance of relationships were measured through values of correlation table. The summarized results are presented in Table 5.
For professors, Risk Management for Financial Planners provides all the classroom aides and materials you need--including an Instructor Manual, Test Bank, PowerPoint Slides, Correlation Table, and much more.
We intentionally excluded the zero-order correlation table from our article, because the article was already longer than the 25-page maximum for the journal.
The student then follows the same procedure described above for [Mathematical Expression Omitted] to construct the correlation table for [T.sub.d] and [Mathematical Expression Omitted] with [C.sub.1] [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
Adjusting the profit figure to include directors' and shareholders' salaries does not change these results either (see the correlation table in Appendix 1 which is calculated on this basis).
From the correlation table above, Cronbach alpha is 0.466 - indicated a moderate coefficient range between furniture and employee's performance.
The main purpose of this correlation table is to know about the nature (either positive or negative) and level of strength of the relationship among the independent variables as well as between the dependent and independent variables.
Correlation table also represents the weak positive relationship among the Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction.

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