# 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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Partial correlation coefficient (PCC) values represent the importance of the variable excluding the effects of other variables (Saltelli et al.
Figure 2 reports the overall effect size and each study's contribution to it when we treat each partial correlation coefficient as independent, that is, when we do not apply RVE procedures.
In previous studies, the partial correlation coefficient between each group of nodes was calculated, generating a partial correlation matrix of (90 x 90) samples.
An alternative in this situation is the partial correlation coefficient, which allows the study of the degree of association between two traits, given the existence of a third trait or of a set of traits with the potential to influence the main response variable (CRUZ et al., 2004).
The partial correlation coefficient between the IENFD and SFN-SIQ was r = −0.668 ( P < 0.001), indicating a moderate correlation.
L* values of the forehead and chin were significantly correlated with cold hands/feet (forehead: partial correlation coefficient = 0.284, P < 0.05) and cold sensation in the body (forehead: partial correlation coefficient = 0.292, P < 0.05; chin: partial correlation coefficient = 0.258, P < 0.05).
We also evaluated the correlation between the CCT value and duration of diabetes by using a partial correlation coefficient after controlling for age.
Results shown under the coefficients indicates that partial correlation coefficient of self-efficacy beliefs has positive relationships with stress while partial correlation coefficients of gender of teachers has negative correlation.
Consider three variables, [y.sub.1], [y.sub.2], and [x.sub.3]; the partial correlation coefficient [r.sub.12(3)] between [y.sub.1] and [y.sub.2] given [x.sub.3] is defined by
However, the partial correlation coefficient (0/398) indicates the positive impact of strategic insights on organizational citizenship behavior of the respective employees.
Table 2 shows the values of partial correlation coefficient together with the values of test statistic t and relevant p values.
The partial correlation coefficient was used to quantify the association between all anthropometric indicators with hypertension.

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