NA = not applicable, no zero-pairs in the data set, ICC = intraclass correlation coefficient
(a) For all Pearson correlation coefficients
, r, p < 0.
These apparent changes in the price-output correlation coefficient
suggest that either the relative importance of demand-side and supply-side shocks has changed over time, the reaction of policymakers to such shocks has changed, or both.
For each population, I calculated correlation coefficients
between the number of deaths from each cause and the number of publications on that cause in each of the four sources in Clinical Chemistry.
Finally, the correlation coefficient
between daily changes in conventional yields and TIIS yields is only 0.
The dynamic MOE was well correlated to the static bending MOE and its value also showed a reasonable correlation with bending MOR, although the correlation coefficient
was lower than that between the dynamic MOE and static bending MOE.
does not depend on the measurement unit, neither on the order of variables: (x, y) or (y, x).
We will calculate in this case the eneahoric correlation coefficient
for a number of subjects.
In Table 3 the correlation coefficient
values are generally higher for the DJTA and DJUA than they are in Table 2.
iv) Details of correlation coefficients
of envelopes of partials of synthesized and recorded tone.
Lest all this seem like the pedantic mutterings of an academic snob, let me stress that correlation coefficients
and regression analysis are covered in the first college statistics course.
Analyzing the correlation coefficients
of three depth layers of 61 districts it was observed that for D1 46% districts show correlation coefficient
greater than 0.
Given the fact that in practice the basic analysis of the financial data is made using the moments of order lower than 2, it is useful for us to focus on the comparative analysis of the mean, of the standard-deviation and of the linear correlation coefficient
between the portfolio and the benchmark returns.