Definition of Product-moment correlation coefficient
1. Noun. The most commonly used method of computing a correlation coefficient between variables that are linearly related.
Category relationships: Statistics
Generic synonyms: Coefficient Of Correlation, Correlation, Correlation Coefficient
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1. Stochastic Orders and Decision Under Risk by Karl C. Mosler, Marco Scarsini (1991)
"G(y)) . .... which is the usual product-moment correlation coefficient. (See Schechtman and Yitzhaki (1987).) On the other hand, the Gini correlation ..."
2. A Pragmatic Legal Expert System by James Popple (1996)
"Correlation coefficients The most popular correlation coefficient is Pearson's product- moment correlation coefficient.9^ This coefficient is defined as g ..."
3. Spatial Statistics and Imaging by Antonio Possolo (1991)
"... of the product moment correlation coefficient TXY will be summarized. This method has been described in detail in Clifford, Richardson, Hemon(1989). ..."
4. Inequalities in Statistics and Probability: Proceedings of the Symposium on by Yung Liang Tong (1984)
"An example is Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient given by r(x,y) = ^xr-xj^ry,) [2,-,/*,-*,)2 2^,-^)2]-"2 Spearman's p and Kendall's ..."