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Correlation coefficient significance test

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The Correlation coefficient significance test can be used to evaluate whether the value of an observed correlation coefficient is 'close to 0' or 'significantly different from 0'. The P-value is the probability to find the observed correlation coefficient (or larger) in the sample, under the hypothesis that the population correlation coefficient is 0.

Required input

The values are entered in the following dialog box:

Correlation coefficient significance test

When all data have been entered click Test.


MedCalc calculates:

In the Comment input field you can enter a comment or conclusion that will be included on the printed report.