# correlating

1. ### Questionnaire - Guidance needed.

Hello, I am currently refreshing my knowledge about statistics and I would appreciate if someone could provide me some guidance on how to look at my current data set. I distributed a questionnaire asking participants: - whether they are working for a governmental institution, a corporation...
2. ### Most appropriate statistical method for master thesis

Dear all, I'm currenctly doing my empirical part of my master thesis with title: Socio-Economic analysis of investment in Renewable energy. As a part of my research I would like to test 2 of my hypotheses: 1. Higher share of Renwables in energy mix reflects in lower Energy import. (EU-28) 2...
3. ### Corelation between two dichotomous variables

I have a data from a research with responses (yes/no) about three questions (A,B,C) and I would to see if the variables are correlated. First of all i compared the proportion of agreement(yes-yes, no-no) of them. The results was: A-B= 78% A-C=59% B-C is out of my objective. So I run a Pearson...
4. ### A question regarding correlation

I have a short question regarding the data analysis. I have 2 data sets. The first one is a signal which is yes / no / maybe and a second one is a data set which is response tot his signal in percentage. The percentage increases after each yes and maybe (Like a rain fact and plant disease...
5. ### Small distance variability

Hello everyone. I'm doing research on small distance variability between exploration wells. I have all databases, f.e. gamma-ray in every 10 cm depth. What I need to do is to find correlation between two wells. So, my question is which methods should I use? I'm thinking aboout T-test, but...
6. ### Correlating two variables having different value ranges

Hi folks! I'm really a novice when it comes to statistics so please be gentle. I'm analyzing data from genomic assays and I would like to correlate data values from different types of assays. The values of one are in the range of 200-1000 (which are linearised scores of logarithmic signal...