**: Karl Pearson devised the formula for calculating the Coefficient of correlation.**

**Karl Pearson**(1857-1936)
- **Karl Pearson** (1857-1936) : Karl Pearson devised the formula for calculating the Coefficient of correlation.

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Pearson product moment correlation at psychology-glossary.com | ■■ |

Pearson product moment correlation is an index of correlation between two (2) continuous variables. . . . Read More | |

Pearson correlation at psychology-glossary.com | ■■ |

Pearson correlation refers to a correlation used to evaluate linear (straight-line) relationships. . . . Read More | |

Pearson r at psychology-glossary.com | ■■ |

Pearson r is a parametric measure of correlation between two (2) variables . . . Read More | |

Correlation coefficient at psychology-glossary.com | ■■ |

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Coefficient of determination, r2 at psychology-glossary.com | ■■ |

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Bivariate analysis at psychology-glossary.com | ■■ |

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Correction for attenuation at psychology-glossary.com | ■■ |

Correction for attenuation is a term defined as correction of the reduction, caused by low reliability . . . Read More | |

Relative percent difference (RPD) at environment-database.eu | ■■ |

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Kriging at environment-database.eu | ■ |

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