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# How do you find the linear correlation coefficient on Excel?

Use =CORREL( , ) (actually, this works in Google Sheets as well)

If you have a list of ##x##-values in say, cells A1 through A10, and a corresponding list of ##y##-values in cells B1 through B10, then entering the following into another cell will give you the linear correlation coefficient:

=CORREL(A1:A10,B1:B10)