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    Can I use a pearson correlation with repeated measures?

    I have measured 5 different behavioural responses of birds to birdsong playbacks from a speaker (e.g. how long they took to sing back to the playback song, how long they took to approach the speaker etc..). Each bird was measured twice for each behaviour. Now I would like to know if...
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    Spearman's rho or no? is one of my datasets non-monotonic?

    Hi, I'm dyslexic with limited stat education (and the internet is not helping thus far) and I'm having horrible trouble understanding what tests I can and cannot use for potentially non-monotonic data (brain, meet brick wall...). This is for my dissertation (social sciences), and I'm questioning...
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    Beginner questions: Clinical trial

    Hi there! I am a medical student working on my PhD, and I am analyzing some data for a meeting. Since we don't learn much about statistics (at least not here in Germany :D), I have some beginner questions and I would be extremely happy if you could help me. The first question is the most...
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    Correlation matrix with significance

    Does anyone have a ready-made function or know a way to produce a correlation matrix with asterisks marking significance levels in R?
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    Regression Analysis

    Hello, It would be great if somebody can help me with this: Is it correct to conduct factor analysis on data source (A) and then run a simple regression analysis with derived factor from factor analysis as independent variable and a item from the same data source (A) as dependent variable...
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    Choosing appropriate statistics (please)

    Hi, I have an issue (mostly being clueless and trying to achieve more than I can), I am writing a page in Ruby on Rails for which I need to calculate the probability of two events being correlated (basically the likelihood of a trigger being the cause of a symptom, or since correlation doesn't...
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    Generating confidence intervals for both height and weight with the same sample?

    Given that height and weight tend to be correlated, would it be okay for me to use a single simple random sample of people to create confidence intervals for both their height and their weight?
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    Data set simulation

    Answered on other threads, sorry for posting
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    Interpreting correlation split file data

    Hello, I ran a split file correlation with the race as a group. I am not sure how to interpret a section of this chart, particularly the last section which is labeled "9.00." Is that a summary? What does that mean? Thank you,
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    Permutation correlation with one non-normal variable

    Hi, I am trying to assess the relationship between a relatively normally distributed variable (brain volume) and a strongly right-skewed behavioral measures, which cannot be transformed to normality. I assume a linear relationship between the two variables. My plan is to calculate the...
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    Joint Density Function From Given Correlation

    How do I find joint density function from a given correlation?
  12. R

    Power Analysis

    Hi there, I am currently writing a statistics report which has to cover 2 questions: Firstly, what the correlation is between two different test scores of 30 participants. Secondly, what the power of the study is. I am really struggling to grasp what the pro's of doing a post-hoc power...
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    nominal (yes/no) and distance. What test to use to proof correlation?

    Hi all, My boss has a list that shows the interest of people for a new venue (interest? Answer: yes or no) and the distance to that possible venue. He asked me to show if there is any correlation between the two of them.. Although I searched and searched, I find it hard to decide which test...
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    Question on the merits of mediation analysis Vs another analysis (described within)

    Hello, I have a dataset involving an intervention (placebo versus real) - denoted as X, an outcome (Y), and a physiological variable (M) that I hypothesised would mediate the effect of X on Y. I have shown that X did not significantly affect Y (as assessed using simple linear regression), but...
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    Find Correlations

    Let's say I have some samples, that I gathered per second, like these Number km Benzine Speed Weight 1 10 100 80 100 2 20 90 100 120 3 30 80 80 110 with thousand of samples and more than twenty features (like speed and...
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    Multivariate correlation coefficient?

    Is there a simple definition (formula) for a multivariate correlation coefficient between k binomial variables, assuming that each variable is positive with the same probability/frequency f? What does the CDF for this multivariate binomial distribution look like, and how does it depend on the...
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    Correlation based on multiple measures / observations

    Hello everyone! I am hoping someone could offer me some wisdom and a few R tricks. I was lucky enough to get a pretty interesting data set for a study that I am doing. There is approximately 5000+ rows of data spanning 5 years for 100 different sales people. The data is structured per...
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    Correlation betweeen k binomial variables

    Hello, This is my first post as a new member, so hope I'm posting this in the right place... I need a general formula to calculate the minimum sample size N required to determine whether k binomial variables are somehow correlated (either positively or negatively) at significance level p<=...
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    Created a function that works fine but when asked to operate on its output it fails

    Hello, I have an assignment that requires me to create a function that calculates the correlations between two columns of 332 csv files based on my input. In short, what it does is find correlations between two columns of only the files that have either the same or more of complete cases as...
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    What method for this problem? [Correlation / Correspondence]

    Hi, I have a data set like the following with some categorical/nominal values (like Gender and Age Group) and a ratio scaled value (DropOut, which is the week after registration in which a person dropped out of a program [so it's never zero or less, and it's not the calender week]): I want...