Re: [R] Is there a statistics that can summarize the correlation for more than two random variables?

From: Jonathan Baron <baron_at_psych.upenn.edu>
Date: Wed 14 Jul 2004 - 04:47:06 EST

On 07/13/04 14:34, F Duan wrote:
>Hi, R people,
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>I wonder if there is a statistics than can measure the correlation for more
>than two random variables, instead of computing the correlation coefficient
>matrix. If so, what R package should I use?

One possibility is Cronbach's alpha, which is in the psy package. It is describe a little in our "Notes on R for psychology ..." (linked from the R page below), written befpre psy was available.

Jon

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