The CORR function returns the correlation coefficient between a set of dependent and independent variables.
Call the function with two variables, one dependent and the other independent:
Any pair in which either the dependent variable, the independent variable, or both are NULL is ignored. The result of the function is NULL when none of the input pairs consists of two non-NULL values.
Oracle supports the ANSI SQL syntax, and the following analytic syntax:
independent) OVER (
For an explanation of the
window_clause, see the “ANSI SQL Window Functions” section later in this chapter.
PostgreSQL supports the ANSI SQL syntax of the CORR function.
These platforms do not support any form of the CORR function.
The following CORR example uses the data retrieved by the first SELECT:
SELECT * FROM test2;Y X ---------- ---------- 1 3 2 2 3 1
SELECT CORR(y,x) FROM test2;CORR(Y,X) --------- −1