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When we carry out a regression, we assume a direct causal relationship. In a correlation analysis, we don't make such an assumption, but nevertheless determine whether 2 variables are related. Briefly explain how two variables can be correlated without one directly influencing the other (=without causal relationship)

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Correlation is not a comment about causality and refers only to the degree to which two variables behave in coordination. High Correlation analysis is usually performed in association with regression analysis but need not be. If we are simply ...

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