A very little doubt about partial correlation

#1
Hello everybody,
I have just a quick question concerning partial correlation:
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Does this picture mean that 45% of the variance in Y that cannot be explained by X2 or X3, can be
uniquely explained by X1?
Thank you for your time
 

Karabiner

TS Contributor
#2
The squared (!) partial correlation corresponds to the proportion of the variance explained
after the effects of the other variables (on the focus variable and on Y) have been removed.