Knowledge and assistance for choosing, modeling, organizing, planning and utilizing statistics.
Applying z-tests and t-tests
Applying spearman's correlation
What does the Speaman Correlation measure?
- The Spearman correlation (denoted as p (rho) or rs) measures the strength and direction of association between two ranked variables.
- It is most commonly used to measure the degree and direction of a linear relation between two variables that are of the ordinal type.
What are the assumptions of the Spearman Correlation test?