I have a dataset where I test for correlation and then if the correlation is significant. And basically my results are A correlates with B significantly and B correlates with C significantly, but A doesnt correlate significantly with C.
It is kind of unintuitive for me, I would have thought that A would also significantly correlate with C. Can anyone explain me why this is perfectly reasonable? I read about this question: If A and B are correlated with C, why are A and B not necessarily correlated?
But I dont think thats the exact same scenario here.