Dear JMP Community,

I've tried to check within the history of discussion, and I'm not able to find topics that is related to my inquiries.

Let me provide the background:

1. There is 5 variables (A, B, C, D, E). I created these data for explanation purposes.

2. If I wanted to check if these 5 variables are "related", then we can use Multivariate options which provide the

correlation value.

3. The correlation value provided are based on linear relationship between the variables.

Example : B vs D , Correlation = 1.00.

Example : A vs C , Correlation = 0.00. However there is a relationship between A & C which is quadratic.

My question is:

Is there any statistical method that can provide a quick look into relationship (rather than correlation) between

variables?

Alternatively, I could perform the Fit Model manually with all the combination of the variables. But this is too time consuming.

Example is to have same scatterplot matrix below, but with option to provide the P(value) from a Ftest (ANOVA) to check if there is relationship between the variables. Let's say up to quadratic term.

Example : B vs D , Correlation = 1.00 & P(value) from F(test) is <0.0001

Example : A vs C , Correlation = 0.00 & P(value) from F(test) is <0.0001

Thanks to advise.

B.r,

Chris