The Correlations section measures the linear relationship between two quantitative variables (e.g. Mid-Semester Exam and Video Engagement).

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Correlations Heat map

Correlations are visualised using a heatmap, which appears as values between -1 and 1.

correlations legend

The following guidelines will assist in interpreting the heat map:

  • A correlation less than 0 indicates a negative correlation between two variables.
  • A correlation of 0 indicates no relationship between two variables.
  • A correlation greater than 0 indicates a positive correlation between two variables.

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Compare variables

Hover your mouse over a particular square to view more information about the correlation between two variables. 

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