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Correlation of survey data in R with significance levels. GLEON Fellowship Workshop January 14-18, 2013 Sunapee, NH Kirsten Winters. What’s the cleanest way to load data?. Relevance of running correlation on survey data. Correlation is quick and easy

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correlation of survey data in r with significance levels

Correlation of survey data in R with significance levels

GLEON Fellowship Workshop

January 14-18, 2013

Sunapee, NH

Kirsten Winters

relevance of running correlation on survey data
Relevance of running correlation on survey data
  • Correlation is quick and easy
  • In 2008, we surveyed Oregonians (n=3088) on their perceptions of risk to wild salmon and their opinions on related potential policies.
  • Understanding the correlation between risk perception and policy support is important
application to data lessons learned
Application to data & lessons learned
  • Imported .csv file  much cleaner and easier to navigate
  • Tried correlation code as advised by QuickR site didn’t include significance levels
  • Found better source code online which produced results in a table with significance levels starred
results
Results
  • Positive correlation with various “strengths”
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