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What statystical test can I apply if my r2 is extremely low and my data does not fit my hypothesis?


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I was investigating the effect of varying carbohidrate concentrations on the Co2 production during yeast fermentation. Each flour represented a carbohydrate concentration, but each flour also has a number of other variables I can control (like pH, damaged starch content, etc) which is why my data does not fit my hypothesis. Can I still perform any sort of correlation (or any other) test for the analysis? Can I sitll get a good mark If my results are terrible? 

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