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*The above formula is used for simple correlation. | *The above formula is used for simple correlation. | ||

*Now consider the variables x,y and z we define the multiple correlation as: | *Now consider the variables x,y and z we define the multiple correlation as: | ||

− | <math>R_{zxy}=\sqrt{\frac{r_{xz}^2+r_{yz}^2-2 r_{xz} r_{yz} r_{xy}}{1-r_{xy}^2}</math> | + | <math>R_{zxy}=\sqrt{\frac{r_{xz}^2+r_{yz}^2-2 r_{xz} r_{yz} r_{xy}}{1-r_{xy}^2}}</math> |

*<math>r_{xy}</math> is the correlation of x and y. | *<math>r_{xy}</math> is the correlation of x and y. | ||

*<math>r_{yz}</math> is the correlation of y and z. | *<math>r_{yz}</math> is the correlation of y and z. | ||

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*Here x and y are viewed as the independent variables and z is the dependent variable. | *Here x and y are viewed as the independent variables and z is the dependent variable. | ||

*This function will give the result as error when | *This function will give the result as error when | ||

− | 1.<math>Array of Arrays</math> are non-numeric or different number of data points. | + | 1.<math>Array of Arrays</math> are non-numeric or different number of data points. |

− | 2.<math>Array of Arrays </math>is empty | + | 2.<math>Array of Arrays </math>is empty |

− | 3.The denominator value is zero. | + | 3.The denominator value is zero. |

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==Examples== | ==Examples== | ||

+ | 1. MCORREL([[10,12,14],[19,43,18],[20,35,90]]) | ||

+ | {| class="wikitable" | ||

+ | |- | ||

+ | | 1 || -0.035325913054179946 || 0.9496528264568825 | ||

+ | |- | ||

+ | | -0.035325913054179946 || 1 || -0.3466559828504114 | ||

+ | |- | ||

+ | | 0.9496528264568825 || -0.3466559828504114 || 1 | ||

+ | |} | ||

+ | 2. MCORREL([[10,19,18],[-24,90.3,25]]) | ||

+ | {| class="wikitable" | ||

+ | |- | ||

+ | | 1 || 0.8755550584018907 | ||

+ | |- | ||

+ | | 0.8755550584018907 || 1 | ||

+ | |} | ||

+ | |||

+ | ==Related Videos== | ||

+ | |||

+ | {{#ev:youtube|v=L3Nx7WpozCA|280|center|Multiple Correlation}} | ||

==See Also== | ==See Also== |

## Latest revision as of 12:58, 25 April 2019

**MCORREL (ArrayOfArrays)**

- is set of values.

## Description

- This function is showing the result for multiple correlation.
- In , are set of values.
- Correlation is a statistical technique which shows the relation of strongly paired variables.When one variable is related to a number of other variables, the correlation is not simple.
- It is multiple if there is one variable on one side and a set of variables on the other side.
- If we have a series of measurements of and written as and where then the Sample Correlation Coefficient is:

- and are the sample means of and .
- The above formula is used for simple correlation.
- Now consider the variables x,y and z we define the multiple correlation as:

- is the correlation of x and y.
- is the correlation of y and z.
- is the correlation of z and x.
- Here x and y are viewed as the independent variables and z is the dependent variable.
- This function will give the result as error when

1. are non-numeric or different number of data points. 2.is empty 3.The denominator value is zero.

## Examples

1. MCORREL([[10,12,14],[19,43,18],[20,35,90]])

1 | -0.035325913054179946 | 0.9496528264568825 |

-0.035325913054179946 | 1 | -0.3466559828504114 |

0.9496528264568825 | -0.3466559828504114 | 1 |

2. MCORREL([[10,19,18],[-24,90.3,25]])

1 | 0.8755550584018907 |

0.8755550584018907 | 1 |