3. Correlation graph, years: 2005,2009,2010,2011 and 2012
Source: Geohive.com and worldbank.org
Source: Geohive.com and worldbank.org
The previous graph shows a scatterplot accounting for all the years in the analysis. With the Netherlands being an outlier for the year 2005, the general tendency clearly shows what previous calculations have stated. There is a negative strong correlation between the HDI and the HIV prevalence percentage. Further calculations shows that there is no correlation between the years, this means that for this dataset. The passage of time is not important to be taken in account not in HDI nor in HIV since their correlation percentages are 7% for the former and 0.006% for the latter.
As stated before, HDI is made up three components: Health, Education and Wealth. Having this in mind it be...
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