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2. Video Tutorials (1)

Resource type Spearman's Rank Correlation - Video Tutorial with Dr Iain Weir
In this video Dr Iain Weir (University of the West of England) explains when you should use SPEARMAN'S RANK correlation coefficient (rather than the usual Pearson Correlation Coefficient). He also shows how to calculate it using SPSS and also a calculator, and how to intrepret the value of the coefficient and test its significance. A written introduction using the same examples is available as a Quick Reference resource at this site. You could also use the Test Yourself Quiz after reviewing this video.

3. Teach Yourself Worksheets (1)

Resource type Spearman's Rank Correlation- Introduction
A written explanation of Spearman's Correlation using the same examples as those used in the Video Tutorial available at this site. This resource was contributed by Dr Iain Weir of the University of the West of England.

4. Tests and Quizzes (1)

Resource type Spearman's Rank Correlation - Quiz
Try this self-test quiz AFTER reviewing the Teach Yourself video tutorial on Spearman's Rank Correlation available at this site.This quiz was contributed by Dr Iain Weir of the University of the West of England.

7. Community Project (1)

Resource type 11 Simple linear regression (Workshop) SOURCE
This PowerPoint is a workshop on Pearson Correlation and Simple Linear Regression. This resource has been contributed to the statstutor Community Project by Peter Samuels, Birmingham City University under a Creative Commons licence CC-BY-SA and reviewed by Ellen Marshall, University of Sheffield. The zip file contains four associated data files, the source file and the associated statstutor metadata spreadsheet.

10. Workshops (1)

Resource type 11 Simple linear regression (Workshop)
This PowerPoint is a workshop on Pearson Correlation and Simple Linear Regression. This resource has been contributed to the statstutor Community Project by Peter Samuels, Birmingham City University and reviewed by Ellen Marshall, University of Sheffield. The zip file contains four associated data files.

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