## Case Q-Q: Linear Relationships – Correlation

Published: Sep 4th, 2013

View Lecture Slides with Transcript Video (8:37) This document is linked from Linear Relationships – Correlation.

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Published: Sep 4th, 2013

View Lecture Slides with Transcript Video (8:37) This document is linked from Linear Relationships – Correlation.

Published: Dec 26th, 2012

View the Reading (≈ 2700 words) From the online version of Little Handbook of Statistical Practice, this reading contains a detailed discussion of correlation. This document is linked from Linear Relationships – Correlation.

Published: Dec 24th, 2012

Use the solutions provided and complete the questions for practice with Case Q-Q. Optional: Create your own solutions using your software for extra practice. Objectives: Observe how an outlier can […]

Published: Dec 24th, 2012

To see how an outlier affects the correlation, use this applet to complete the tasks below. Interactive Applet: Correlation and Outliers Fill the scatterplot with a hypothetical positive linear relationship between X and […]

Published: Dec 24th, 2012

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Published: Dec 24th, 2012

In order to get a better sense for how the value of r relates to the strength of the linear relationship, take a look at this applet from the Rosman/Chance collection which asks you to guess […]

Published: Nov 14th, 2012

The following videos were created for this section and the full course summary and is presented in both locations. View Lecture Slides with Transcript for Parts G and H of […]

Published: Aug 21st, 2012

IMPORTANT: The methods covered in this section on correlation are only applicable for LINEAR relationships. Introduction The Correlation Coefficient — r Interpretation Properties of r CO-4: Distinguish among different measurement scales, […]

Published: Jul 28th, 2012

Learn By Doing: Supplemental Examples and Exercises for Unit 4B (Non-interactive Version) As we mentioned at the end of the Introduction to Unit 4B, we will focus only on two-sided […]

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