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Re: Greatest deviation correlation coefficient
Posted:
Oct 30, 2013 6:23 PM


In article <l4qq4e$58k$1@dontemail.me>, Cristiano <cristiapi@NSgmail.com> wrote:
> I normally use the Pearson's correlation coefficient and the Spearman's > rank correlation coefficient. > > Now I would try to use the greatest deviation correlation coefficient: > http://www.whereispdf.com/view/153332/contents/page_0005 > but the problem is that I don't see x and y, I only see the rank p_j. > Please, would someone explain? > > Thank you > Cristiano
For this question, the group <sci.stat.math> would be worth a try.
Ken Pledger.



