The Correlation Coefficient computed from the sample data measures the strength and direction of a linear relationship between two variables. The symbol for the sample correlation coefficient is r. The symbol for the population correlation is p (Greek letter rho).
The enthalpy of vaporization reflects all of the variables in metallic bond strength
Absolute strength measures strength regardless of your body size, while relative strength measures strength adjusted for your weight.
The saffir-simpson hurrican scale is what measures hurricane strength.
The strength of the relationship between 2 variables. Ex. -.78
Correlation is a statistical technique that is used to measure and describe the strength and direction of the relationship between two variables.
Correlation coefficient is a statistic that is commonly used in Psychology. It is a type of descriptive statistic that measures direction and strength in variables.
The direction of a linear relationship is positive when the two variables increase together and decrease together. The direction is negative if an increase in one variable is accompanied by a decrease in the other. The strength of the relationship tells you, in the context of a scatter plot of the two variables, how close the observations are to the line representing the linear relationship. There are various very closely related measures: regression coefficient or product moment correlation coefficient (PMCC) are commonly used. These can take any value between -1 and +1. A value of -1 represents a perfect negative relationship, +1 represents a perfect positive relationship. A value of 0 represents no linear relationship (there may be a non-linear one, though). Values near -1 or +1 are said show a strong linear relationship, values near 0 a weak one. There is no universal rule about when a relation goes from being strong to moderate to none.
A measure of association. You might be thinking of the correlation coefficient in particular.
the relationship between grain size and strength can be determined by the Hall- Patch relationship of Strength of materials.
Speed, Size and strength
A seismometer is an instrument used to measure an earthquake's strength.
it is device that used to measurethe strength of brine solution
strength and stamina
it appears that the answer is Newtons.
Quantitative data is easy to anyalyse, the information is right there in front of you, all you have to do is come up with a conclusion/finding/evaluation. However, quantitative data lacks alot of data, depending on the experiment, it lacks validity.
A type of geophysicist known as a seismologist measures the strength of earthquakes.
It is a gaussmeter.