Question 281886

The correlation coefficient is a measure of the strength of association between two traits. Correlation, however, does not indicate causation (interconnection). Think of one or two variables (not necessarily phenotypes) that are correlated and are causally linked, and one or two variables that may be correlated but are not likely to be causally linked.

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