## Correlation Coefficient

Correlation Coefficients SHARE THE ARTICLE ON Table of Contents What is a Correlation Coefficient (r)? A correlation coefficient (r) is a statistical measure of the strength of the relationship between two variables; x and y. There are many different types of correlation coefficients, however, Pearsonâ€™s correlation coefficient is most widely used in research.Â  Pearsonâ€™s correlation […]

## ANOVA vs t-test: with a comparison chart

ANOVA vs t-Test: Definition & Working SHARE THE ARTICLE ON Table of Contents When it comes to achieving the mean of two or more population groups, ANOVA (Analysis of variance) and t-test are the two best practices preferred. Although there is a thin line of difference between both of them.Â  The t-test is conducted when […]

## Linear Correlation Coefficient Calculation

Linear Correlation Coefficient Calculation SHARE THE ARTICLE ON Table of Contents What is a Linear Correlation Coefficient? A linear correlation coefficient is a value that denotes the strength of the linear relationship between two variables; x and y. Two variables have a linear relationship when their equation can be graphed to form a line.Â  The […]

## Exponential Regression

How to Calculate Exponential Regression? Get started with your research today. Book a quick call with our experts. Schedule a Call SHARE THE ARTICLE ON Table of Contents Exponential regression refers to the process of arriving at an equation for the exponential curve that best fits a set of data. It is very similar to […]

## One-Sample T-Test

One-Sample T-Test SHARE THE ARTICLE ON Table of Contents What is a T-Test? A t-test is an inferential statistical test that is used to determine how significant the differences are between groups of data. It does so by finding the means of these datasets and comparing them to one another. T-tests are used in research […]

## Correlation Coefficient Formula

Correlation Coefficient Formula SHARE THE ARTICLE ON Table of Contents What is a Correlation Coefficient? A correlation coefficient is a statistical measure of the strength of the linear relationship between two variables, x and y. A linear correlation coefficient that has a value greater than 0 denotes a positive relationship; as one variable increases, the […]

## Independent Samples T-Test

Independent Samples T-Test SHARE THE ARTICLE ON Table of Contents What is a T-Test? Before we can delve into understanding what the independent samples t-test is, letâ€™s go over what a T-Test is and why itâ€™s used.Â  A t-test is a statistical test that is used to compare the means of different datasets to identify […]