Extended Data Fig. 4: Absolute Spearman rank correlation coefficients. | Nature Climate Change

Extended Data Fig. 4: Absolute Spearman rank correlation coefficients.

From: The economic interaction between climate change mitigation, climate migration and poverty

Extended Data Fig. 4

rho, mean + s.e.m., between contributions of one class of players to contributions of the other class of players in previous round over 19 rounds per group. Poor player reacts to rich player’s contribution in previous round, rich player reacts to poor player’s contribution in previous round; a. T0, n = 13 groups of 10 players each, b. T1, n = 14 groups of 10 players each, c. T2, n = 14 groups of 10 players each; d. T0, 7 groups of 10 players each, where rich players contributed at least €300 total per group, e. T1, 8 groups of 10 players each, where rich players contributed at least €300 total per group. P calculated from Fisher combination test41, a. combining P values from each of 13 (T0), b, c. of 14 (T1, T2), d. of 7 (T0), e. of 8 (T1) independent groups of 10 players each. For each group the Spearman correlation coefficient rho was calculated from 19 rounds, providing a single p-value.

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