Multiple correlation coefficient, Advanced Statistics

Multiple correlation coefficient is the correlation among the observed values of dependent variable in the multiple regression, and the values predicted by estimated regression equation. It is often used as an indicator of how useful the explanatory variables are in predicting response. The square of the multiple correlation coefficients provides the proportion of variance of the response variable which is accounted for by the explanatory variables. 

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