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I have a question (perhaps a very noob one as well!) regarding correlation between variables where the number of observations are different between the two sets.

So, I have some 32 responses generated from a survey which aim to measure certain variable and I want to correlate them against some company performance indicators. Now these performance indicators are available per month basis for like 63 months.

Now, I have 32 instances of a variable against 63 instances of another. Is it possible to do a simple correlation within these sets where the number of instances are different...

Thanks,

Luca

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