Fisher''s transformation, Advanced Statistics

The transformation of the Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient, r, can be given by

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The statistic z has the normal distribution with mean
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here ρ is the population correlation value and variance 1/(n - 3) where n is sample size. The transformation might be used to test hypotheses and to construct confidence intervals for ρ.





 

 

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