A Pearson correlation is a number between -1 and +1 that indicates how strongly two variables are linearly related.
This simple tutorial quickly explains the basics with outstanding illustrations and examples.
This tutorial quickly walks you through the correct steps for a correlation analysis in SPSS.
We'll cover a quick data check, the assumptions, significance levels, APA reporting and more.
Kendall’s Concordance Coefficient W is a number between 0 and 1 that indicates interrater agreement.
This tutorial explains the basic idea behind Kendall’s W and shows how to get it from SPSS.
SPSS CORRELATIONS creates tables with Pearson correlations, sample sizes and significance levels.
Its syntax can be as simple as correlations q1 to q5. which creates a correlation matrix for variables q1 through q5. This simple tutorial quickly walks you through some other options as well.