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## Definition

a relationship between two (or more) things such that one can be predicted from the other

- And then we correlate that with their actual behavior—and the
__correlation__is zero.Two — The Locked Door (39% in)

- And then we
__correlate__that with their actual behavior—and the correlation is zero.Two — The Locked Door (38% in) - We've tested thousands and thousands of people sitting in chairs, and one of the strongest
__correlations__we've always found is between comfort and aesthetics.Five — Kenna's Dilemma (57% in) - Scientists use something called a
__correlation__to measure how closely one factor predicts another, and overall, the students' ratings correlated with the experts' ratings by .Five — Kenna's Dilemma (81% in) - Scientists use something called a correlation to measure how closely one factor predicts another, and overall, the students' ratings
__correlated__with the experts' ratings by .Five — Kenna's Dilemma (81% in) - 55, which is quite a high
__correlation__.Five — Kenna's Dilemma (81% in) - The overall
__correlation__was now down to .Five — Kenna's Dilemma (82% in)

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