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erik [Overview]
correlation_table [2019/12/03 08:39] (current)
erik [See also]
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 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
  
-[[Table|Tables]] allow simulation data to be presented in a tabular form. The correlation table is used after a sensitivity analysis to present correlation coefficients between model inputs and model outputs. +[[Table|Tables]] allow simulation data to be presented in a tabular form. The correlation table is used after a sensitivity analysis to present correlation coefficients between model inputs and model outputs. The table is only available after a probabilistic simulation or a sensitivity analysis has been performed.
  
 For a correlation table, the following dimensions are available: For a correlation table, the following dimensions are available:
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   * **Inputs** - Whether to include all inputs or only inputs that can influence the selected objects. This dimension can also include an R2 value.    * **Inputs** - Whether to include all inputs or only inputs that can influence the selected objects. This dimension can also include an R2 value. 
   * **Transformation** - How to transform the data before the coefficients are calculated (none, rank or log)   * **Transformation** - How to transform the data before the coefficients are calculated (none, rank or log)
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-===== See also ===== 
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-  - [[Table]] 
-  - [[Editing tables]] 
-  - [[Tables window]] 
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-====== Correlation table ====== 
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-A correlation table displays correlation coefficients for the selected parameters of a sentitivity or probabilistic analysis towards a selected number of outputs (at a specific time point). 
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-The table is only available after a probabilistic simulation or a sensitivity analysis has been performed. 
  
 ===== Creating a correlation table ===== ===== Creating a correlation table =====
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   * **Lowest** - Select to highlight the lowest value in each column.   * **Lowest** - Select to highlight the lowest value in each column.
   * **Condition** - Select to enter a condition. The condition is on the form x<sub>start</sub> < x < <sub>end</sub> and will be evaluated for each cell in the table. Cells who’s value fulfills the condition will be highlighted.   * **Condition** - Select to enter a condition. The condition is on the form x<sub>start</sub> < x < <sub>end</sub> and will be evaluated for each cell in the table. Cells who’s value fulfills the condition will be highlighted.
-  * **Correlation** - Select correlation model. 
  
 ===== Editing a correlation table ===== ===== Editing a correlation table =====
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 To edit a correlation table either right-click the table in the [[Tables_window|tables window]] and select **Edit**, or double-click the table, or click the {{:Edit24.png|Edit}} button in the title bar. To edit a correlation table either right-click the table in the [[Tables_window|tables window]] and select **Edit**, or double-click the table, or click the {{:Edit24.png|Edit}} button in the title bar.
  
 +The table editor has the following tabs:
  
- +  * **Outputs** - Select which outputs to include in the table. The outputs should all have the same dimension.  
-The table editor has two tabs: +  * **Indices** - Depending on the dimension of the outputs that were selected, you can select which indices to include or to include all indices
- +  * **Time** - If the outputs are time dependent, this tab allows you to select which time points to display data for.  
-==== Properties ==== +    * **Specific** - Select either all time points or specific time points to include 
- +    * **First** - Display the first time point 
-This screen let you edit properties such as name, that are common to all tables. Please see [[Editing_table_properties|editing table properties]] for more information. +    * **Last** - Display the last time point 
- +    * **Max over time** - Display the maximum value for each output over time  
-==== Data ==== +    * **Time for max** - Display the time point for the maximum value for each output 
- +    * **Min over time** - Display the minimum value for each output over time  
-This page lets you choose which outputs to include in the table. +    * **Time for min** - Display the time point for the minimum value for each output 
- +  * **Correlation** - This tab allows you to select which coefficients to calculate and how to transform the data
-**Rows** +    * **Correlation** - Select which coefficients to calculate 
- +    * **Transformation** - Select how to transform the data before coefficients are calculated. Note that transformation is sometimes already performed by the selected correlation. For instance, [[Spearman]] is the same as [[Pearson]] with ranked data. 
-  * **Title** – Enter a name for the first column. The default name is Inputbut you are free to enter any text here+    * **Inputs** - Select whether to include all selected parameters, or to filter out parameters that cannot influence the selected outputs. 
-  * **Time-point** - Enter the time point for which to display correlations for. +    * **R squared** - Include a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coefficient_of_determination|Coefficient of determination]] 
-  * **Correlation** - Select correlation model. +
-  * **Inputs** - By default all the parameters that where selected for the analysis are included. Unselect the button **Include all** to manually select which inputs to include. +
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-**Column** +
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-To choose outputs for the table, select one of the table data columns. (You can add and remove columns using the **Add column** and **Remove column** buttons). +
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-  * **Title** – Enter a name for the column. If you do not enter a name, the name of the output (selected below) will be used.\\ +
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-  * **Output** – A drop-down list with all the available outputs from the simulation.\\ +
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-**Table** +
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-  * **Format** - Select either scientific or numeric format for the table+
-  * **Digits** - Enter the number of digits to show. +
-  * **Add column** - Click to add a new column +
-  * **Remove column** - Click to remove the selected column(s).+
  
 ===== See also ===== ===== See also =====
 +  * [[Table]]
   * [[Tables_window|Tables window]]   * [[Tables_window|Tables window]]
   * [[Results_window|Results window]]   * [[Results_window|Results window]]
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