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Correlation vs Covariance

Reported by ravali | May 29th, 2020 @ 05:35 AM

Correlation and Covariance are two commonly used statistical concepts majorly used to measure the linear relation between two variables in data. When used to compare samples from different populations, covariance is used to identify how two variables vary together whereas correlation is used to determine how change in one variable is affecting the change in another variable.

Correlation vs Covariance

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