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## Week 4 Participation Post 1 (variant)

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# Week 4 Participation Post 1 (variant)

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Good post When is correlation analysis used Regression 0 Is another technique for measuring the linear association between x independent variable and y dependent variable 0 Used extensively in forecasting Multiple Regression 0 An extension of bivariate regression O Allows for the simultaneous investigation two or more independent variables a single intervalscaled dependent variable 0 The independent variables are hypothesized to affect the dependent variable in an additive and linear way 0 Multiple regression coefficient shows the amount of difference in the dependent variable that is attributed to a one unit difference in one independent variable holding all others constant 0 Intercept is the expected value of Y when the independent variables are zero 0 The equation can be written as follows Y a b1X1 b2X2b3X3ann Introduction to regression httpwwwnlregcomintrohm Correlation analysis demonstrations the extents to which two quantitative variables vary together including the strength and direction of their relationship The strength of the relationship refers to the degree to which one variable forecasts the other For example in a study of consumers you might nd that the quantity of money spent weekly on groceries varies straight with the size of the household you39d expect it to be a powerful positive relationship However you39d expect to nd a weak correlation or none at all between amount spent weekly on groceries and scores on a customer satisfaction survey The direction of the relationship shows whether the two variables vary together directly or inversely positively of negatively In a direct relationship the two variables increase together In an inverse relationship one variable tends to decrease as the other increases

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