Similar words: relation, in relation to, relationship, revelation, relative, relatively, corruption, corporation. Meaning: [‚kɒrə'leɪʃn] n. 1. a reciprocal relation between two or more things 2. a statistic representing how closely two variables co-vary; it can vary from -1 (perfect negative correlation) through 0 (no correlation) to +1 (perfect positive correlation) 3. a statistical relation between two or more variables such that systematic changes in the value of one variable are accompanied by systematic changes in the other.

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1) There is a direct

*correlation*between exposure to sun and skin cancer.2) Researchers found a strong

*correlation*between urban deprivation and poor health.3) There's a high

*correlation*between smoking and lung cancer.4) There was also some

*correlation*with social class.5) There is a direct

*correlation*between the best-known brands and the best-selling brands.6) The study showed a significant

*correlation*between the baby's sleeping position and the risk of cot death.7) A strong

*correlation*exists between the fatness of parents and their children.8) The second group of measurements had a high

*correlation*with the first.9) The

*correlation*extends beyond this limited set of compounds.10) For example,(http://sentencedict.com/

*correlation*.html) suppose that the correlation coefficient is zero.11) Cause there is a

*correlation*between cancer and suicide.12)

*Correlation*between variables was calculated by Spearman's rank correlation.13) A very good

*correlation*was observed with preoperative studies.14)

*Correlation*coefficients were calculated by Pearson's method.15) To measure associations, Pearson's

*correlation*coefficient was used.16) But this fails to explain the

*correlation*with rank.17)

*Correlation*coefficients were calculated using the Spearman's non-parametric coefficient.18) In tests, no

*correlation*was found between diet and intelligence.19) There was a positive

*correlation*between the number of months elapsed since a patient's most recent attack and amylase secretion.20) League tables that do not take that

*correlation*into consideration distort reality and are inaccurate.21) For Robbe-Grillet, there was also a direct

*correlation*between Balzacian realism as a literary form and the society which produced it.22) Statistical analysis was performed using

*correlation*coefficients, t tests, and Mann-Whitney U test.23) A positive

*correlation*of smoking with incidence of Alzheimer's has recently been observed.24) Thus she thinks that there is a close

*correlation*between the men she can seduce and the men she might marry.25) A

*correlation*curve indicates the distance over which the motion at one point significantly affects that at another.26) The same goes for feet, hands and ears-though there may be some

*correlation*with ego.27) One of the students asked whether there was any

*correlation*between rainfall and temperature.28) The more money people amass, the more they pay attention to schools and education, a

*correlation*drawn by countless studies.29) In support of this theory there is evidence of a close

*correlation*between activity of Crohn's disease and conditions within the intestinal lumen.30) It has long been known in education circles that a clear

*correlation*exists between social class background and examination success.More similar words: relation, in relation to, relationship, revelation, relative, relatively, corruption, corporation, violation, isolation, inflation, population, regulation, legislation, calculation, installation, speculation, translation, correctly, relate, correspondent, related, corresponding to, nation, zonation, location, equation, operation, national, education.