Enter your data for Correlation

In the Correlation dialog box, specify the columns of data that you want to analyze.

In Variables, enter two or more columns of numeric data to analyze. Minitab calculates the correlation coefficient for each pair of variables.

In this worksheet, Budget contains the dollars (in thousands of dollars) spent on advertising for each product. Leads are the number of prospective customers identified for each product. The budget and number of leads may be associated with Sales, which contains annual product sales (in millions of dollars).
C1 C2 C3
Budget Leads Sales
500 67 39.4
760 43 25.3
320 20 30
1000 45 22

Minitab omits rows that contain a missing value from the calculation for each pair of columns. If you calculate the correlations for more than two columns, then each correlation may include different observations, depending on which rows contain missing values.

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