# dkar

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 Jul25 awarded Supporter Apr9 revised Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients added 8 characters in body May2 revised Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients edited tags May2 accepted Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients Apr30 revised Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients edited title Apr30 revised Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients added 3 characters in body Apr30 awarded Editor Apr30 revised Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients added 664 characters in body Apr24 awarded Scholar Apr24 comment Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients Hi and thank you for your answer. Let me see if I understood well. If M1=[m1,m2,m3,m4] and M2=[k1,k2,k3,k4], a permutation of this could be e.g. [k1,m2,m3,k4] and [m1,k2,k3,m4]? (I mean, the indices must always match, right?) Then we calculate rho for each one of those permuted sets with HJ set and we record the difference. Finally we calculate the percentage of those differences that are higher or equal to the original difference rho(HJ,M1)-rho(HJ,M2), which is our (one-sided) p-value. Is that correct? Apr24 awarded Student Apr24 asked Calculating statistical significance between dependent Spearman coefficients