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Scatter Plot Matrix Chart Giving Wrong Answer?

Question asked by gis10enj on Mar 12, 2020
Latest reply on Mar 13, 2020 by gis10enj

I assume the result of the scatter plot matrix chart in Argis Pro represent correlation coefficient between two variables. If this is true, I noticed two things I think another person may verify:

1. The result R2 (coefficient values) returned by the chart is not consistent with R2 result values obtained from Correlation in Microsft Excel. Can someone use any data to try to very that I am not doing something wrong from here?

2. Is there any way to add the direction of the relationship in the scatter plot matrix? Noticed that all the values are positive even when some of the relationships are negative really.

 

You may wish to try with this data as pasted below.

 

LONGLONGABCD
8.806429.5468124527.67
8.806429.54686.9487235
8.806429.54687.6561.545
8.806429.546816.41234.9648
8.806429.546821.89332.82.220.8
8.806429.546819.3322.531.0231.75
8.806429.546816.7492.180.9720.13
8.806429.546810.33376.970.3412.42
8.806429.54685.15534.670.5917.5
8.806429.546823.92926.330.8724.42
8.806429.546825.04748.992.1611.06
8.806429.546821.461161.610.6212.07
8.806429.546846.63767.541.8326.86
8.806429.546834.49379.981.0224.69
8.806429.546835.71722.071.2516.65
8.806429.546849.06626.863.2220.13
8.806429.546823.68512.883.2970.2

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