spearman correlation

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    Bayesian multiple comparison correction?

    Hi everyone, I am new to Bayesian statistics and am interested in the correlation of 4 "target" variables with 52 other variables. Currently I am running several separate Bayesian Spearman rank correlations. Many of the variables are highly correlated (up to .68). Finally, I would like to...
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    Hvpotheses testing

    Hello, please give me instructions with testing the hypotheses: H1: No relationship between predicted and collected data for model 1. H2: No relationship between predicted and collected data for model 2. H1 is tested using predicted model 1 data (pm1) and collected data (cd). H2 is tested...
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    First time doing a correlation and a Spearman one! Are my comments valid on my output?

    See below. I am going to say that it is a very weak positive and non signficant. Is this correct? Also, do I say anything else in my results about it? I have never done one before, I feel like I am right but just need reassurance! Also, do I need to report anything else? Correlation...
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    Converting spearmans r to fishers z for meta analysis ; Correcting for range in meta analysis

    Hi all I am conducting a meta analysis of pearsons r correlations but I have a study with a spearmans rank correlation. I was converting the pearsons correlations into fishers z scores to conduct the meta analysis , then to be converted back into correlations, but I am wondering if I am able to...
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    What statistical techniques to apply when comparing cronbach's alpha in a Meta-analysis

    I am doing a meta-analysis in which I am comparing 3 outcomes measures across multiple studies: (1) Cronbach's alpha (2) Kappa coefficient or Interclass correlation coefficient (depending on which study chose what measure) (3) Spearman Rank Correlation coefficient or Pearson correlation...
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    Master thesis, statistics check!

    About me: Medical student with minimal statistical knowledge or research experience Question related to: statistical regression/correlation analysis of a medical trial Trial design: Double blind, randomized controlled trial. Placebo vs vitamin with a few months between baseline and...