Calculates for each pair of selected columns a correlation coefficient, i.e. a measure of the correlation of the two variables.
All measures are based on the rank of the cells. Where the rank of a
cell value refers to its position in a sorted list of all entries.
All correlation can be calculated on any kind of DataColumn. However
please note that we use the default ordering of the values. If there
is no ordering defined in the column, a string representation will
The node uses fractional ranks for equal values.
Spearman's rank correlation coefficient
is a statistical measure of the strength of a monotonic relationship
between paired data. Where the monotonic relationship is
characterised by a relationship between ordered sets that preserves
the given order, i.e., either never increases or never decreases as
its independent variable increases.
The value of this measure ranges
from -1 (strong negative correlation) to 1 (strong positive
correlation). A perfect Spearman correlation of +1 or −1 occurs when
each of the variables is a perfect monotone function of the other.
For Spearman's rank correlation coefficient the p-value and degrees
of freedom are computed. The p-value indicates the probability of an
uncorrelated system producing a correlation at least
as extreme, if the mean of the correlation is zero and it
follows a t-distribution with df degrees of freedom.
Goodman and Kruskal's gamma as well as Kendall's tau rank correlation coefficient is used to measure the strength of association between two measured quantities. Both are based on the number of concordant and discordant pairs. Kendall's Tau A and Tau B coefficients can be considered as standardized forms of Gamma. The difference between Tau A and Tau B is that Tau A statistic does not consider tied values, while Tau B makes adjustments for them. By tied observations we consider two or more observations having the same value. Both Kruskal's gamma and Kendall's Tau A are mostly suitable for square tables, whereas Tau B is most appropriately used for rectangular tables. The coefficients must be in the range from −1 (100% negative association, or perfect inversion) to +1 (100% positive association, or perfect agreement). A value of zero indicates the absence of association.
Rows containing Missing Values will be ignored, not used for the calculations. For other behaviors please resolve them before.
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