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I am running Spearman correlation between 2 variables weight and freight both being numeric.

The output I have received from correlation is P value - 0.00E+000 and Rank R Squared is 0.61 and which means they are moderately correlated however I am not able to interpret the p value. Is this because of large number of values I am dealing with? I have 2 million rows of data for both the variables.

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  • $\begingroup$ Why are you not able to interpret it? $\endgroup$ – Tim Jun 24 '15 at 12:27
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Your p-value is very small and close to zero. Which means that the correlation is significant. On why and how this it the case. Please see the link here: Understanding the p-value in Spearman's rank correlation

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