I have set up a single mediator model to explain cases of COVID-19/million. I generated four regression equations using online software:
1) Cases COVID-19/million = .44234 x # Christians/10,000 + 2475.65082
2) # international adoptions made by a country between 1999 and 2016 =...
Pearson coefficient calculations:
# Jews v. Cases/Million r = 0.6199 (p = .000154)
# Christians v. Cases/Million r = .5876 (p = .000416)
# Int Adoptions v. Cases/Million r = 0.5371 (p = .000675)
Tourist Revenue v. Cases/Million r = .483 (p= .005)
# Tests/million v. Cases/Million r = 0.3925...
I originally found that 23 countries that adopt internationally have a significantly higher rate of COVID19 cases/million than the general popululation of countries.
two tailed p value = .0010
I now want to know if other independent variables can account for these results.
I discovered that...
Thanks for your reply,
I started by comparing the top countries that adopt domestically versus the top countries that adopt internationally. Next, I will study multicollinearity.
I did four t tests.
1) 20 top int. adopters versus 20 top domestic adopters (removed countries appearing in both...
I have been researching the question of whether the need to downplay genetics in adoption might weaken a country's response to the coronavirus, which is a piece of genetic material. I ran some t-tests using a t-test calculator. These are two of the results:
Those of the 23 richest countries in...