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Correlation menu

Let's consider the content of a typical section. Suppose we click on Section 4, Correlation and association. This brings up the menu for that section. The background to each section is in a colour that is used in all menus and teaching screens in the section and the background shows the section number in a subdued way.

The sub-menu here offers four subsections that we can view in any order, but would usually view in menu order. The first subsection is always a general orientation to the topic, with a title that usually asks a question. The final subsection is a set of test questions to check that the concepts in the section have been grasped. Clicking on one of these subsections may bring you to some teaching material but often reveals a further menu of topics within the subsection. Clicking on the introductory section What is correlation? brings up the first screen of this introductory section.