[R] how to identify autocorrelation in Pearson Correlation Coefficient

From: elaine kuo <elaine.kuo.tw_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2010 15:45:29 +0800


Dear,

I computed pearson correlation coefficient between annual precipitation and temperature in a grid system.
It is doubtful that there should be autocorrelation which might inflate the P-coefficient.
Please kindly suggest any possible methods to filter autocorrelation.

Thanks

Elaine

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