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lmsava

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Calculate standard error of partial correlation
Posted: Feb 11, 2011 9:26 AM
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Hi, just looking for some help. I need to calculate the standard error of some partial correlations. I found this formula on this site:

SE[r] = (1-rho^2)/sqrt(n-1)

But I'm unsure if that can apply to the partial correlation as it's meant for the Pearson. Any guidance is appreciated.

Thanks.



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