• Definition for "first-order correlation"
    • a partial correlation where ramifications of just one…
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first-order correlation definition

  • noun:
    • a partial correlation where ramifications of just one adjustable are removed (held constant)
    • a partial correlation when the results of one variable tend to be removed (held continual)
    • a partial correlation when the outcomes of just one adjustable are eliminated (held continual)
    • a partial correlation in which the ramifications of only 1 variable tend to be eliminated (retained constant)
    • a partial correlation where the results of just one variable are removed (retained continual)
    • a partial correlation when the ramifications of just one variable tend to be removed (held continual)
    • a partial correlation where aftereffects of just one variable are removed (retained continual)
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