Learn about how columns can vary in the same or opposite direction, which is known as correlation.
- [Instructor] Correlation is a measure…of how the values of two variables change…with respect to each other.…For example, we can see in this screen that,…as the value of units sold increases,…the value of revenue increases as well.…Correlation considers how two columns change value together.…When the variables increase in value together,…they are considered correlated.…We just saw an example of correlated…or positively correlated…with revenues increasing…as the number of units sold increase.…
When one value increases and another decreases,…then we call those values negatively correlated.…An example of negative correlation…is the relation between a discount…on the sale price of a unit…and the revenue generated from the sale of that unit.…
- Define variance and standard deviation.
- Calculate discrete percentiles.
- Calculate continuous percentiles.
- Analyze correlations.
- Explore linear models, such as linear regression.
Skill Level Intermediate
Advanced SQL for Data Scientistswith Dan Sullivan1h 24m Advanced
SQL: Data Reporting and Analysiswith Emma Saunders2h 16m Intermediate
1. Basic Descriptive Statistics
2. Percentiles and Frequencies
3. Correlations and Ranks
4. Linear Models
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