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In this case values close to zero and zero values have significance in the sense that where correlation might expected and is found some process must have operated to produce this result. Usually, however, the evolution of igneous liquid is not single-stage process and number of different processes are acting together.

The greater the number of competing petrological processes, the greater the scatter is likely to two-element variation' diagram and the smaller the numerical value of the correlation coefficient. Thus correlation coefficent patterns used in two ways: 1 for patterns for the same element, but for different rock suites, contrasting sets of processes identified; 2 for different elements in the same rock suite, their contrasting roles in the petrogenetic processes identified.

This is illustrated in Figure 2. Often in geochemistry the strength of association, as defined the correlation coefficient, is sufficient information from which to draw petrological conclusions. This is traditionally done using regression analysis.

For example, in the instance of the association between and in the tonalites and trondhjemites of Table 2. The relation above is ideal and does not allow for deviation from the line. However, in reality this is not the case for most observations are made with some error; so often the data form cloud of points to which straight line must fitted.

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