Computes the residual variance in the sample-weighted correlation coefficient by removing variance due to sampling error.
A matrix or data.frame with columns Rxy and n: see
Useful in the construction of the SE for heterogenous populations
A numeric value representing the residual variance
Thomas D. Fletcher firstname.lastname@example.org
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