If the selling of ice cream was found correlated (0.4-0.6) to the temperature, can we conclude that ice cream selling "is related" to the temperature? Or we can just say that there is a relationship?
By using is related, do you imply cause and effect relationship? Can we also say that other...
What does it mean when Pearson correlation gives a value of 0.7-0.8, while spearman correlation gives a value from 0.3-0.4? Pearson reports high correlation while Spearman report weak. Should I conclude that the correlation is weak using spearman since the data seems skewed?
Given such data
When using pearson correlation it will be straight forward, however, when using spearman, should we arrange the data before running the test? Something like
X- Order X ** Y - Order Y
2-1 ** 6
4-2 ** 9
6- 3 ** 3
8- 4 ** 12