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When do you use Biserial Correlation Coefficient
Where one variable is continuous and the other is ordinal
When do you use the Phi Coefficient
Both variables are nominal and dichotomous
When do you use teh Tetrachoric Coefficient
When both variables were continuous and artificially made to be dichotomous
When do you use the Spearman Coefficient and the Kendall Coefficient
This is the product by moment for rank order data for both x and y (so like pearson's but for ordinal data)
When do you use Point Biserial Ceofficients
When one variable is continuous and the other is nominal