Bit of a grabby headline there, sorry about that. I was wondering if we tend to give better scores to offerings with higher cannabinoid contents. We don’t, but let’s look at it anyways.

Scatterplot

Each review is plotted below. Criteria total appears along the x-axis, cannabinoid content is shown on the y-axis.

Lines of best fit

A line of best fit is added for each reviewer’s data.

What we’re looking for

Horizontal slopes. Ideally the slope of the line of best fit does not change with cannabinoid content.

What We Don’t to see

Upward slopes from left to right. An upward slope means the reviewer may be giving higher scores to higher cannabinoid contents.

R Squared

To measure the strength of the relationship between the score and content, R squared values are shown for each line of best fit. Generally, higher values, closer to 1 are associated with stronger relationships between variables.

At the time of writing, the R squared vales for both are very low.

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