Week 6 Stats 3 - following R or the correlation coefficient...

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If we just glance at the data for month 1 and 2, it would appear that the number of calls if larger in the months when more product is sold. However, when you look at all the months you will find this to be false. The months with the highest number of SCALL did not have the highest number of Q. Based off the information in our tutorial as well as the megastat regression output we can find the
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Unformatted text preview: following: R or the correlation coefficient = .179. This number is not very close to 1 and therefore does not indicate a strong positive linear relationship between Q and SCALL. Also, the tutorial stated that we would prefer to see a very small p value and a large R squared value. This is simply not the case in this example....
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