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## Semi-Partial Correlation Calculator

Instructions: This tool will show you step-by-step calculations of the semi-partial correlations for three variables \(X_1\), \(X_2\) and \(X_3\). Please type your samples, using either a comma or space separated format (For example: "2, 3, 4, 5", ...

## Partial Correlation Calculator

Instructions: You can use this tool to compute the corresponding Partial Correlations for three variables \(X_1\), \(X_2\) and \(X_3\). All you have to do is type your samples, using either a comma or space separated format (For example: "2, 3, 4, ...

## Coefficient of Variation Calculator

Instructions: In order to use this Coefficient of Variation, please provide the sample data below and this solver will provide step-by-step calculation of the CV: Type the sample (comma or space separated) Name of the variable (Optional) More About ...

## Correlation Coefficient Significance Calculator using p-value

Instructions: Enter the sample correlation \(r\), sample size \(n\) and the significance level \(\alpha\), and the solver will test whether or not the correlation coefficient is significantly different from zero using the critical correlation ...

## Correlation Matrix Calculator

Instructions: This correlation matrix calculator will provide you with a correlation matrix for a given set of samples. Please type in the box below two or more samples. Please press '\' to start a new sample. Type the samples (comma or space ...

## Outlier Calculator

Instructions: Use this outlier calculator by entering your sample data. This calculator will show you all the steps to apply the "1.5 x IQR" rule to detect outliers. These outliers will be shown in a box plot. Please press enter your sample below: ...

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