partial correlation coefficient

partial correlation coefficient

[′pär·shəl ‚kä·rə′lā·shən ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(statistics)
A measure of the strength of association between a dependent variable and one independent variable when the effect of all other independent variables is removed; equal to the square root of the partial coefficient of determination.
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However, the partial correlation coefficient (0/398) indicates the positive impact of strategic insights on organizational citizenship behavior of the respective employees.
The partial correlation coefficient that deleted the effects of learning self-efficacy (pre course), between the rating scores on self-evaluation of learning activities and learning self-efficacy for a subsequent course (post course) was significant.
Holding the 1990 values of the Fraser index constant, the value of the partial correlation coefficient between 1990 income per capita and the change in the Fraser index for the sample countries is 0.
The partial correlation coefficient between the geographic distributions of these two groups, using total population as a control variable, was only 0.
the regression coefficient for an independent variable has the same sign as the partial correlation coefficient between the independent variable in question and the dependent variable with all the other independent variables held constant.
For every period, there is a positive partial correlation coefficient between the level of the Fraser "business climate" index at the beginning and the subsequent growth rate of income per capita.
The beta coefficient is identical to the multiple partial correlation coefficient obtained when controlling for other variables in the model.
The partial correlation coefficient for urinary cadmium with albumin was reduced in comparison with the crude correlation and was no longer statistically significant.
5-4 [micro]IU/mL, resulted in a significant partial correlation coefficient (r = 0.
This index compares observed correlation coefficient and the magnitude of partial correlation coefficients (17).
In addition, he improved its filter stability by introducing partial correlation coefficients using forward and backward prediction errors and developed the partial auto correlation (PARCOR) method in 1969.
In addition to fitting models with a dichotomous exposure variable, we calculated partial correlation coefficients for all sperm outcomes and the selected groupings of DBPs as continuous variables adjusted for paternal age, days abstaining, and education.