Leonard N. Bloksberg
bloksber at pilot.msu.edu
Mon Jul 17 12:42:21 EST 1995
In Article <NEWTNews.805790451.17223.skillian at Global-PPP.globalcom.net> "skillian at globalcom.net" says:
> What is the difference between a negative significant
> correlation and the absence of a correlation?
> Sue Killian
A negative correlation coeficient usually means that the 2 factors are
correlated, but with opposite slope. That is, as factor 1 gets larger,
factor 2 gets predictably smaller. This is just as useful and important as
a posative corr.
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