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The question is, how good a fit do I have on the data? I planned to simply calculate the correlation coefficient on the transformed data, but a coworker challenged this - said that the transformations alter the measurements in a way that makes the typical correlation coefficient calculation invalid.

Is that correct? And if it is, what is the correct measure of goodness of fit for log-log data? Thanks.