Coefficient of determination, Mathematics

Coefficient of Determination

It refers to the ratio of the explained variation to the total variation and is utilized to measure the strength of the linear relationship. The stronger the linear relationship the closer the ratio will be to one.

Coefficient determination = Explained variation/Total variation

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