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Correlation for BasiCE 1.0

Calculate Pearson's r, the correlation coefficient, on a pair of variables
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BASICe is an implementation of BASIC for Windows CE. It was written
by Dean Gienger and is distributed as freeware.

CORREL.BAS is a little freeware program written in BASICe. It will
calculate Pearson's r, the correlation coefficient, on a pair of
variables and give the means and standard deviations of each variable.
In addition, it will plot the points and display the regression line.

A sample data set is provided.

Installation Instructions

The data file must be named "data" and located in the same directory
as the BASICe program. It begins with an integer, on the first line,
that tells the number of cases (less than or equal to 100 cases).
That number is followed by the input data in the form of a two-column
array of pairs of floating point numbers in free format:

1.98 134.0
0.333 -4.98
111.7 1.0
22.91 20.0



License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://moreno.ss.uci.edu/
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Popularity 1507
Total Downloads  17
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 18 January 2014


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